This is a quick demonstration on how to create your first project, your first category, and your first command.
Create a project and assign commands as the startup commands. This means that when the project is opened, those startup commands will automatically execute in the configured shell.
This is a quick demonstration of how to sort commands. Each category supports custom sorting of commands within the category. Please watch the short video to see how this is done and how it can help you in organizing your commands.
This is a demonstration on how to sort categories. Each project supports custom sorting of categories within the project. You can move each category up and down within a list of project categories. Please watch the short video to see how this is done and how it can help you in organizing your categories.
Search across all categories. The search functionality supports a partial match while you are typing. Search results will display a number of commands found in the project as well as a total for each category as commands are found and highlighted. Pressing F3 will advance the search to the next found command and highlight the command button.
This is a short demonstration of how to configure a warning prompt before a command is executed. This is a safety mechanism built into CommandGit to prevent users from accidentally executing commands. When the warning is checked off for a specific command, a message will be displayed prompting the user to proceed with the command or to cancel.
Scheduling commands and viewing command execution results in the log history. You can schedule commands and you can then distribute the command results via email, Slack or Teams.
This is a short video to showcase the export and import of categories feature and to show you how to better use it to your adventage.
This is a video demonstrating how to copy commands between projects and categories.
This is a video demonstrating how to create a new category and move a command from one category to another. You can move commands across projects and categories keeping notes and other settings intact.
CommandGit introduces a unique ability to prompt for user input when a command is executed. This short clip will show you how to ask for user input with a custom prompt message just before the command executes. This feature can be a time saver.
This is a quick demonstration of how to configure a date picker user input before a command is executed.
This is a quick demo showing you how you can quickly connect to a test server and run CommandGit built-in or your custom commands. You can create your own commands as needed.
All commands are in separate projects and categories. This allows for accessing any number of servers using your custom command buttons. This is especially useful if you are faced with multiple test environments for work or just playing around with different Linux distributions.
You can jump from distro to another distro quickly running commands with no typing errors and no need to search for your favorite scripts. It will be all configured in the GUI and ready to be executed.
Remember, each GUI button can execute multiple commands or scripts.