Finding Usages in Project
You can search for usages of a symbol in a project, in a file, or in a custom scope that you set.
Select a code element for which you want to find usages. Note that you can extend your search to file usages as well.
From the main menu select(Alt+F7).
Check the results in the Find tool window.
You can also pull out the results from the previous Find Usages actions. From the main menu, select and the usage query in question.
While in the Find tool window, you can use the Preview area to check the places where the usages were found, to see a call hierarchy for methods, data flow for fields, and so on.
If CLion doesn't return any results, it will display a message suggesting to opt for more options. You can follow the link, press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+F7, or click the icon to open the Find Usages dialog where you can set a new scope for your search.
To set a custom scope, click .
When you are done setting a new scope, click Find.
If you want CLion to show you usages of the selected symbol in the separate window, press Ctrl+Alt+F7. You can use this window for quick navigation.
Press the same shortcut again to see the usages in the default scope.