Apple is showing off its latest version of OS X for Macs, dubbed ‘El Capitan’, at its WWDC kickoff keynote today, but there are many features coming in the update that it didn’t take time to show off on stage. Some of those include a new system font, as we’ve reported leading up to today’s event, as well as a redesigned disk utility app, a resizable Spotlight window, Photos edition extensions and Share Links extensions, new AirPlay video features, and much much more.

Head below for the full list of OS X El Capitan features that Apple didn’t show off on stage:

-New system font

-Keyboard shortcut for Chinese to English

-Time to leave

-File copy resume

-Flights data detector

-Safari top hit in Spotlight

-Redesigned Disk Utility

-Copy File path in Finder

-New color picker

-Resizeable Spotlight window

-Improved Pinyin predictions

-Autohide menu bar

-Find my Friends widget

-Suggested Contacts

-Improved AutoFill

-New Japanese input method

-Photos editing extensions

-Mute a tab

-Shared Links extensions

-Create reminder from Share menu

-New dictionary languages

-Redesigned crayon picker

-AirPlay Video

-New Chinese system font

-Last search

-Rename from context menu

-Strikethrough in Mail format bar

-Suggested events

-Arabic and Hebrew dictation

-Chinese multiple-character input

-Customize font in Safari Reader

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