Add import statements on code completion
You can disable auto-import on completion and use quick-fixes instead:
In the Settings/Preferences dialog Ctrl+Alt+S, go to .
Use a quick-fix
WebStorm marks the symbol as unresolved and shows a tooltip with the suggested quick-fix:
Alternatively, press Alt+Enter:
If there's more than one possible source of import, WebStorm shows a list of suggestions:
Add import statements using the import popup
In TypeScript, WebStorm shows you an import popup. To accept the suggestion, press Alt+Enter.
To disable the popup, hover the mouse over the inspection widget in the top-right corner of the editor, click , and clear the Show Auto-Import Tooltip option.
Learn more from Auto-import in TypeScript.
WebStorm helps you remove unused imports and organize import statements in the current file, in all files in a directory, or in the entire project at once.
Optimize imports in a file
Open the file in the editor or select it in the Project tool window and press Ctrl+Alt+O.
Optimize imports when reformatting a file
You can tell WebStorm to optimize imports in a file every time it is reformatted.
Open the file in the editor, press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+L, and make sure the Optimize imports checkbox is selected in the Reformat File dialog that opens. After that every time you press Ctrl+Alt+L in this project, WebStorm will optimize its imports automatically.
Optimize imports in a folder
Select the folder in the Project tool window, press Ctrl+Alt+O, and click Run in the Optimize Imports dialog that opens.
Optimize imports only in modified code
If your project is under version control, you can optimize imports only in the updated code. You can also instruct WebStorm to optimize imports in modified files before committing them to VCS.
In the Project tool window, select a folder, and press Ctrl+Alt+O. In the Optimize imports dialog, select the Process only VCS changed files and click Run.
In the Commit Changes dialog Ctrl+K, select the Optimize imports checkbox.
Configure the style of import statements
In the CSS, SCSS, and Less context, WebStorm by default uses double quotes for generated string literals in
importstatements and URLs. To use single quotes, Open the Settings/Preferences dialog Ctrl+Alt+S, go to , open the Other tab, and select Single from the Quote marks list.
To apply the chosen style to the entire file after reformatting, select the Enforce on format checkbox below the list.