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ReSharper | Windows | To-do Items

To-do Explorer helps navigate between to-do items within your solution.

It has a toolbar with the following controls.

Button Name Description

Expand All

Expands all nodes.

Collapse All

Collapses all nodes.

Previous/Next

Navigates to previous or next item in the To-do Explorer as well as in the Visual Studio Editor.

Export

Opens the Export Data dialog box where you can save the list of items as a text file. Also, prior to saving, you can preview and edit the to-do list in the Preview section or copy it to clipboard by clicking the corresponding button.

Todo Settings

Opens the Tools | To-do Items section in the ReSharper Options dialog box where you can manage patterns and filters.

Filter

Use this drop-down list to select an appropriate filter to show items that pertain to the corresponding pattern only. By default, five filters are provided:

  • (all)
  • Todos
  • Notes
  • Bugs
  • Not Implemented

Group by

Use this drop-down list to select criteria for grouping to-do items. Several options are provided:

  • None - items are displayed as a plain list.
  • Patterns - items are grouped by patterns (including "notes", "todo", "bugs" and "not implemented" as default patterns, plus user-defined patterns, if any).
  • Types - items are grouped by containing types.
  • Namespaces - items are grouped by namespaces, which are displayed as a plain list, with nesting structure not taken into account.
  • Namespaces and Types - items are grouped by namespaces and, on a lower level, by classes where they are encountered.
  • Directories - items are grouped by directories where they are stored; directories are displayed as a plain list, with nesting structure not taken into account.
  • Files - items are grouped by their containing files.
  • Directories and Files - items are grouped by directories where they are stored and, on a lower level, by their containing files; directories are displayed as a plain list, with nesting structure not taken into account.
  • Projects - items are grouped by their containing projects.
  • Projects and Types - items are grouped by containing projects and, on a lower level, by types.
  • Projects and Directories - items are grouped by containing projects and, on a lower level, by directories; within a project, directories are displayed as a plain list, with nesting structure not taken into account.
  • Project Structure - items are grouped according to the physical structure of a project, with all nesting relationships represented.

See Also

Procedures