|Project||Click this tab to see the Gradle project structure.|
|Tasks||Click this tab to see Gradle tasks. You can view and run the following tasks:
|Click this button to refresh project structure after changes have been made to a Gradle script.|
|Click this button to open in the editor the root build.gradle file of the linked Gradle project.|
|Click this button to show this reference page.|
|Filters||Click the filter buttons to show entities of the corresponding type, and hide the other nodes.
In JetGradle tool window, the entities are color-coded. By default:
Note that as you change Gradle color code, the colors of the filter buttons change accordingly. The default colors are shown below.
|Click this button to show project structure entities that exist only in Gradle project.
For example, if you import a Gradle project and delete one of the libraries used in this project. In this case that library is considered gradle-local and is colored in green.
|Click this button to show only the project structure entities that are defined in IntelliJ IDEA
For example, if you add a new module to your existing project then the locally added module, its content root and its dependencies are colored in blue.
|Click this button to show the project structure entities that exist in both projects, but have different properties.|
|12.1+||Click this button to show the outdated libraries.|
|Click this button to show all of the project structure entities.|
|Import||Choose this command to import a missing entity that is defined in Gradle project only.|
|Show Conflict||Choose this command to view conflicts between the entities that are defined in both projects, but have different properties.|
|12.1+Remove||Choose this command to remove a dependency from the project.|
|Sync||Choose this command to merge Gradle and local changes to resolve the outdated library.|