This might be something super simple as a UI work, but effective. We all know the color codes of the ops so when searching for ops with the tab, for example, “limit” - we would either need a chop/top/sop, but definitely one of the three, and nothing else. If you look at trello, or even macbook’s new notes function (to be released), they have these color codes to sort and filter. Why not use the search tab (while typing) as a filter method, where starting to type ‘li…’ gives the options of all ops starting with ‘li’ with a little colored dot signifying which family it belongs to. The likes of trello has visual accessibility features too such as stripes/crosses on each of these tabs which help identify faster.
This does save time not having to scroll down and search around with new ops being added often, and we have to readjust muscle memories, while we can access the ops faster. again, very simple feat request, but could be useful.