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VS Code Tip of the Week: Tree Find Control

This week's VS Code tip is the Tree find control. Search for files within the tree explorer and have them filter right in the tree view!

Bring focus to your tree explorer in VS Code via keyboard or mouse. From there, press CTRL + F (CMD + F on macOS) to make the find control appear.

Tree find control in VS Code

In the find control, enter what you're looking for. In my case, I'm looking for files with svelte in them.

Tree find control in VS Code with the word svelte entered

Press the filter button or use the keyboard to filter, and voilΓ !

Tree find control in VS Code with the word svelte entered displaying filtered files in the tree view

And that's it! Happy VS Coding!

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