When your project comprises thousands of files, browsing them can be tedious. Normally, there's a number of files or folders that you need more often than the rest of the project. To quickly access such files, add them to the Favorites list.
The list can include project elements (files, folders, packages, instance and class members), bookmarks, and breakpoints.
There's always one pre-defined empty list that has the same name as the project. You can create more lists and move items between them, if necessary.
Whenever you need to access your favorite items, press ⌘2.
To open multiple favorites at once, select them in the list and press ⌘↓.
Add one or multiple files
Open the file in the editor and press ⌥⇧F.
Select the existing list to which you want to add the file, or click Add to New Favorites List to add it to the new list.
You can quickly add all files opened in the editor to the list of favorite items. Right-click any tab and select Add All to Favorites.
Add folders and packages
Right-click the necessary folder or package in the Project or Find tool window and select Add to Favorites.
Select the existing list to which you want to add the item, or click Add to New Favorites List to add it to the new list.
Add non-project files to the list of favorites
From the main menu, select Favorites tool window.(⌘2) to open the
Drag the file or folder from Explorer or Finder to the necessary list.
Move an item to another list
From the main menu, select(⌘2) to open the tool window.
Select the necessary items and drag them to another list.