Use Search to search sources inside of Unity and perform actions on the results.
For example, from the Search window you can find Assets and open them, find Unity packages and install them, or find menu commands and run them.
To launch Search use the Ctrl + K shortcut, click the magnifying glass icon in the top right of the Editor window, or use the menu (Edit > Search All).
Note: You can customize the shortcut for Search in the Shortcuts Manager.
|Enter your search query here.
For details about all the ways you can search Unity with Search, see Using Search.
|Access your saved searches. To show/hide the pane, click the Saved Searches icon () or select Searches from the More Options (:) menu.
To save your search query, use the Save icon to the right of the Search field.
|Allows you to see all results from standard Search Providers (Project, Hierarchy, Settings) or from other Search Providers by using a specific search token. Select More Options (:) to access a list Search Providers.
|Displays search results as you type the search query.
Items that best match the search query appear higher in the results. Search also learns over time, and prioritizes items that you select often. See Search Preferences to learn how to customize search result ordering.
|Preview InspectorA Unity window that displays information about the currently selected GameObject, asset or project settings, allowing you to inspect and edit the values. More info
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|Allows you to view and change item properties, open, reimport or delete a search item, or copy a path. To show/hide the pane, click the Inspector icon () or select Inspector from the More Options (:) menu.
|Views and Preferences
|Change Search views and open the Preferences window.
You can get help with Search in the following ways: