Simplify the process of connecting to a Wi-Fi network
To connect to a Wi-Fi in GNOME 3.34, users have to do the following:
- Open the System Menu.
- Click on "Wi-Fi Not Connected".
- Click on "Select Network".
- Click on the network to which I want to connect.
- Click on the "Connect" button.
It requires 5 clicks and 3 different UI widgets (System Menu, Wi-Fi submenu, and Wi-Fi networks dialog).
The process could be simplified by displaying a list of network directly under the Wi-Fi submenu. Clicking on one of them would connect to it. It would require 2 clicks and 1 widget less in most cases.
If the list of networks is too long, only the networks with the better signal strength could be listed and another option to connect to other networks could be added.
Here is a sketch of how the submenu could look like: