Conventional techniques for launching apps do not provide any facility to quickly launch app contents or app capabilities. This disclosure describes techniques for quickly launching app capabilities and contents, surfacing those capabilities/contents that result in high user interaction rate (UIR) without harming a total clicks metric. In contrast to conventional techniques, app contents and capabilities with high potential UIR are adaptively determined using heuristics and user-permitted interaction data. A quick scroll button advantageously enables providing a scroll interface with suggestions that are otherwise hidden behind a virtual keyboard or not displayed. App contents and capabilities with high potential UIR are determined with low computational and UI costs. By directly enabling the scrolling and selection of relevant, popular, or personalized app content and capabilities, the user interface provides enhanced convenience and speed of operation.
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Yim, Keun Soo, "Utilizing a Human Computer Interaction Technique for Enabling Non-Disruptive Exploration of App Contents and Capabilities in a Query Recommendation System", Technical Disclosure Commons, (July 31, 2023)