Terminal Projects

A Terminal project is an organizational tool that allows you to establish context for your development environment. Using Terminal projects you can easily organize infrastructure and on-chain artifacts in a convenient folder structure.

Creating a New Project

Step 1

If you're accessing your Terminal for the first time, you'll be presented with the call to action below. Selecting the add project button will initiate the project creation flow.

If you're working in a Terminal that already has existing projects, you won't see Add Project button pictured below. If this is the case, click the Add button and select "Project" from the dropdown.

Add Project Placeholder

Step 2

Once you've initiated the add project flow, you will be presented with the modal seen below. Select the account (your Terminal username, or an associated team you are affiliated with) and a name for your project. Optionally, you may also provide a description for the project.

Create Project Modal

Adding a Folder to your Project

Step 1

To add a folder simply navigate into your project and click the "Add Folder" button as it is pictured below.

Alternatively, you can add a new folder with the "Add" button. Navigate into your project, click the "Add" button, and select "Folder" from the dropdown.

Step 2

Name your folder.

Turn a Project Public

Step 1

Go to your Terminal or Team Terminal that has a project you’d like to turn public.


Step 2

Click on the project within the Terminal that you’d like to turn public and navigate to its settings in the navigation bar just below the overview header.

Step 3

In the Info section of settings, you can preview what your public project will look like as well as edit its name, description, and add custom labels to help users discover your project.

Step 4

Go to the Public Project section and click “Go Public” on the right side of the section.

Step 5

A confirmation popup will appear for you to enter your account password to confirm your intention of going public.

Once your project is public it cannot be reversed afterwards.

Step 6

Once your project is public you will see the changes to reflect that it is public.