Search Everywhere, Find Anything
Space lets you search for any item by its name and instantly navigate to it once it's found.
Search the entire organization regardless of your current location. On the navigation bar, click or press Ctrl+K to open the Go to anything window and start typing:
Search for teams, people, projects, repositories, issues, code reviews, blog posts, etc.
Narrow down your search to a specific part of Space (e.g. Blogs, Chats).
Perform a multi-level search, digging into your previous search result. Use it to find low-level elements (e.g. files).
Quickly navigate to a specific UI location (e.g. Preferences, Administration).
Filter your search results
To perform a context-specific search, append a corresponding Space entity to your query (chat, project, repository, blog, team).
For example, if you are looking for a team that contains the word cool in its name, type in
team. Your search will be confined to teams. If you are looking for a project, type in
project to return projects only:
Perform a multi-level search (Find files, branches)
For example, to find a partcular file, you can start by specifying the project name, then press Tab and type the repository name, press Tab again and type in the file name:
Project name and Tab:
Repository name and Tab:
Navigate around Space UI
/ (a forward slash) to quickly navigate to one of these categories:
Some categories let you search them further by pressing Tab and typing in a query.
Create new entities
new and append or select the entity to create it. For example, you can set up a new meeting without leaving the page you're currently on.