Tmux list keys can be a useful tool to help remind you of what kebindings you have setup. You can search for them and scroll just like in tmux copy-mode.
You can call list-keys from the command line but the interface is not very usable by itself. It might be nice to mix with grep or a pager in some circumstances.
list-keys from within the tmux command line puts you into a much more
By default tmux comes with
list-keys bound to prefix+?.
bind-key ? list-keys
You can see the additional flags provided by tmux in the man page for
list-keys [-1aN] [-P prefix-string -T key-table] [key] (alias: lsk) List key bindings. There are two forms: the default lists keys as bind-key commands; -N lists only keys with attached notes and shows only the ke y and note for each key. With the default form, all key tables are listed by default. -T lists only keys in key-table. With the -N form, only keys in the root and prefix key tables are listed by default; -T also lists only keys in key-table. -P specifies a prefix to print before each key and -1 lists only the first matching key. -a lists the command for keys that do not have a note rather than skipping them.
for more information on how I navigate tmux, check out this full post
Also check out the full YouTube tmux-playlist to see all of the videos in this series.