Look at using the Edit & Mix group feature. For mixing this can be a real time saver. If you create a group of all your drum tracks, then when you hit Solo on the Snare track all the drum tracks will be soloed.
To Create A Mix Group In Pro Tools
Highlight the track names in the Edit or Mix windows you want to group and then use the shortcut Command+G on a Mac or Control+G on Windows. This will bring up the Create Group window that you can see above. If you only want to group the tracks for mixing then select Mix from the Type section. Don't forget to give the group a sensible name so that you can choose it from the Groups list easily. You can also edit which tracks are in the group so if you missed one then you can add it now. Once you are happy you can click the OK button.
You can expand that to other groups like backing vocals, guitars, strings etc. It can make managing a mix so much easier as for example you can mute a section with one click. Once grouped all the faders in a group will move together but if you want to move just one fader temporarily, you don’t need to turn the group off, make the change, and turn it back on again. Just hold down Control (Mac) or Start (Windows) and move the fader. Once you release the modifier key then the group will work as before.
Modify Groups In Pro Tools
If you find that the Solo buttons don’t follow the group then Right Click the Group name in the group list in the bottom left hand corner of the Mix window and select Modify...
and in the Modify Group window make sure Solos is checked under Mix Attributes.
Using Groups, Shortcuts & Stems To Take Control Of Large Pro Tools Sessions
In this video tutorial Russ shows how we can use groups together with shortcuts to manage large Pro Tools sessions.