Focus Mode

If you want to focus on one particular device and temporarily hide all the others, use Focus Mode. To put a device in focus, click the 3-dot menu button on the top-right of the device, and select Focus (hotkey F).

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To exit Focus Mode, click on one of the Responsive Mode, Full Mode, or Resizable Mode icons in the toolbar, OR click the 3-dot menu, and select Exit focus.

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Pinning devices

To make it easier to switch between devices in Focus Mode, you can pin devices as tabs. To do this, click the 3-dot menu button on the top-right of the device and select Pin as a tab.

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The devices you pin will be visible as tabs below the Workspace Toolbar. You can switch between devices by clicking a tab, or by using the arrow keys ⬅➡ on your keyboard.

Tip In addition to devices, you can also pin Presets to the tab bar, and use both the features together.
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Unpinning devices

To unpin a device, either click the ❌ button on a device tab or click the device's 3-dot menu button and select Unpin from tabs.

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Activating Focus Mode using Butler

In addition to using the toolbar and the hotkey F, you can focus on a device using Butler.

Unlike the other methods, you can use Butler to focus on the devices that currently aren't in your workspace.

To invoke Butler, press Ctrl+Shift+P on Windows/Linux, or Cmd+Shift+P on macOS.

In the search bar that pops up, start writing the name of the device that you want to focus on, for example, macbook. Now, select your preferred device from the list.

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Updated 11 May 2022
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