Warp Drive

The fastest way to find the right commands

Warp Drive is a space in your terminal where you can securely save and share commands as workflows.
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Boost personal productivity
Save important commands, arguments, and values so you can re-run them on-demand.
Streamline team onboarding
Share the commands your team uses to set up environments or run tests.
Respond to fires, faster
Quickly run your most mission-critical commands from your open terminal. No need to copy / paste from wikis, docs, or READMEs.

Find and run the right commands

Warp Drive contents are securely stored and encrypted at rest.
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Sync updates in real time

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“Since we’ve moved our library of aliases over to Warp, we can run them directly in the terminal without using tools — and they always stay up-to-date.”
Mihir Garimella
CEO and Co-founder, Actively

Home to a whole universe of objects

Today, Warp Drive is a unified place for all the commands you need to save and run. We’re already imagining the types of things you’ll be able to save there tomorrow: environments, secrets, sessions, and more.
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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does Warp Drive cost?

Warp Drive is free for up to three (3) team members. There are no hard limits on storage size. There are some limits to the number of objects you have in a shared Team drive. Visit warp.dev/pricing to learn more.

Can I import or export objects from Warp Drive?

Yes! Notebooks can be imported and exported in Markdown format. Workflows can be imported or exported in .yaml.

Does Warp Drive work locally?

When you’re offline, Warp Drive will continue to work in read only mode. You must have a connection to the internet to create new workflows, update existing workflows, or sync updated workflows from a shared team drive.

Where are Warp Drive contents stored?

Objects, like folders and workflows, saved in the Warp Drive are securely stored in the cloud and encrypted at rest. Learn more about Warp’s approach to privacy and security.

What is the difference between a workflow and an alias?

They’re similar! You can think of workflows in Warp as parameterized aliases you can share. Compared to aliases, it’s also easier to document and search for workflows. 

Experience the power of Warp

  • Write with an IDE-style editor
  • Easily navigate through output
  • Save commands to reuse later
  • Ask Warp AI to explain or debug
  • Customize keybindings and launch configs
  • Pick from preloaded themes or design your own
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