Addon by TrendyMinds

Palette Main Screenshot

A command palette to easily jump to areas within Statamic and your site content!

⌨️ CMD+K your way around Statamic!

🤔 What is Palette?

Palette allows you to easily jump between areas, entries, assets, and users within Statamic without lifting your hands off the keyboard!

If you're a developer, you likely use something like Raycast, Alfred, or Spotlight.

That should also exist in the CMS you use most, right? With Palette you can now jump around with ease!

The light and dark themes of Palette shown side by side with the default list of results

⚡️ Features

  • 🔍 Available on the front-end and in the control panel
  • 🌗 Light and dark mode support
  • ⭐️ Zero setup necessary; just install and enable
  • 🏎 Compatible with full-page static caching strategies
  • 🔐 Actions change based on user permissions and if admin changes are allowed
  • 🎛️ Change contexts to filter actions or search your content
  • 🔌 Plugins that register navigation links, settings areas, and utilities are included automatically
  • 💅 Add your own custom URLs via the config file

📦 Installing

  • Run composer require trendyminds/statamic-palette
  • Optionally publish the config file by running php artisan vendor:publish --tag="palette-config"
  • Add the following right before your closing </body> in your main layout file:
<!-- if Antlers -->
{{ palette }}

<!-- if Blade -->
{{ Statamic::tag('palette')->fetch() }}
  • To enable searching your site's content, you need to create a palette search index within Statamic. Make sure you update the index after creating it! Below is an example of what that might look like in config/statamic/search.php:
    'indexes' => [

        // ...your other search indexes

        // Palette search
        'palette' => [
            'driver' => 'local',
            'searchables' => 'all',
            'fields' => ['title', 'summary'],



This project does not currently have tests, but I would love to encorporate them in subsequent versions

🤝 Contributing

If you would like to contribute to Palette we tried to make it as easy as possible:

  1. Clone the repo
  2. Run npm i to install the Node dependencies
  3. Run npm run dev to begin the watch task
  4. Make your changes
  5. Run npm run build to compile and minify the CSS and JS
  6. Submit a PR!