Block Actions

All the cool features Blocks provide.

Accessing Block Actions

There are 2 ways you can access Block actions.
  1. 1.
    Hover over a Block and click the kebab (three dots) button on the right-hand side.
  2. 2.
    Right-click a Block.
Accessing Block Actions

Copy Input / Output of Block

This feature allows you to easily copy the Block command, output, or both.
Copy Block Actions

Sharing a Block

Share a block easily with coworkers or teammates by creating a web permalink. This preserves formatting and makes debugging and sharing output easy. See Block Sharing Page.

Bookmarking a Block

Quickly navigate to important Blocks despite where they are in the terminal history.
macOS
Linux
There are three ways to bookmark a Block:
  1. 1.
    Click on the bookmark icon in the top right corner of a Block
  2. 2.
    Select Toggle bookmark in the block context menu
  3. 3.
    Use CMD-B keybinding to bookmark a selected block
Navigate to a bookmarked Block, by:
  • Clicking on the indicator. The indicator position reflects the approximate position of the Block in the Block history. Hovering over the indicator will give a snapshot of the Block including its prompt, command, and the last two lines of output.
  • Pressing OPTION-UP and OPTION-DOWN
There are three ways to bookmark a Block.
  1. 1.
    Click on the bookmark icon in the top right corner of a Block
  2. 2.
    Select Toggle bookmark in the block context menu
  3. 3.
    Use CTRL-SHIFT-B keybinding to bookmark a selected block
Navigate to a bookmarked Block, by:
  • Clicking on the indicator. The indicator position reflects the approximate position of the Block in the Block history. Hovering over the indicator will give a snapshot of the Block including its prompt, command, and the last two lines of output.
  • Pressing ALT-UP and ALT-DOWN
Bookmarks only persist while the session is open, once you close the session they are lost. If you want to save the command and output for later use, Share the Block.
Bookmarking Blocks

Search Within A Block

Quickly find important information within a Block. See Find page
macOS
Linux
With a Block selected, press "Find Within Block" or use CMD-F to search within a Block.
With a Block selected, Press "Find Within Block" or use CTRL-SHIFT-F to search within a Block.
Search within a Block

Filtering a Block

Filter the output lines of a block natively in Warp to quickly focus on a subset of the block. See Block Filtering Page.
macOS
Linux
  • Using the keybinding OPT-SHIFT-F by default to toggle filtering on the selected or latest block
  • Selecting Toggle Block Filter in the block context menu
  • Using the keybinding ALT-SHIFT-F to toggle filtering on the selected or latest block
  • Selecting Toggle Block Filter in the block context menu