Connecting to a Wi-Fi network is too many steps
Right now, connecting to a Wi-Fi network in GNOME involves the following.
Click the status bar icons > Click the Wi-Fi sub-menu > Click "Select Network" > Select the network to connect to > Type password and hit Enter
Whereas on every other operating system I've used, the process involves two less steps.
Click the Wi-Fi icon directly, which shows a list of networks > Select the network to connect to > Type password and hit Enter
The current method is too tedious for serving but a simple purpose.