Built for speed
Your Terminal is fast. So is Fig.
But you can use your mouse if you'd like
Completion specs are open source and built by the community
Individuals & teams
Use Fig for public CLI tools, or for your team's internal ones
Fig loads up once then remains entirely local
Sensitive data is never tracked
Sara Soueidan @SaraSoueidan · Mar 10
I just installed Fig, and I like it. It can do a lot, and there’s more exciting stuff on the roadmap. I think it’s going to become an indispensable tool in my workflow.
Anmol Shrivastava 🦁 @anmolion · Apr 22
Have been using 🧑💻 @Fig for over a week now & oh boy it's like your terminal is on steroids 💪. A Super 🆒 tool.
gabrielstuff @gabrielstuff · Apr 26
So far I really enjoy my cli with @fig
Dacri @DacriBurdan · May 5
I knew 5 minutes into using @Fig I'd be a lifelong user. Not sure how I lived without it!
Ash Hitchcock @Ash_Hitchcock · May 14
Been using @fig for about 2 minutes and already could not go back to terminal life without it 🤣
Eluert Mukja @mukja_e · May 5
@fig Just downloaded Fig and oh man what a great extension for your terminal. Can't believe why hasn't existed so far I love it. Well done guys
Griffith @karisheen · Feb 22
Damn y'all terminal don't have autocomplete? I simply cannot relate.
Hewi @amrelhewy · Feb 14
@fig is going to be a life changer
Matthew Bloomfield @mattlovesjenni · Apr 14
I started using @fig a few weeks ago and it's quickly become a tool that feels so native I couldn't go without - maybe the best CLI-enhancing tools out there. If you use the Terminal a lot I highly recommend it - it's as essential to the Terminal as Homebrew is to MacOS.
Viljami Salminen @viljamis · May 3
How did I live without @fig for all these years? Such a great utility.
Karthikraj Duraisamy @krajdsamy · Apr 23
A new world of awesomeness for the CLI experience. Amazing @fig
kunalghate @kunalghate · Dec 17
I use this! Very useful! @fig