The server has also introduced an easier way to understand the search interface. The saved search scopes will now appear as buttons on the search homepage, replacing the old scope dropdown. Users can also monitor changes in the saved queries on the homepage. It will show the current number of results and a graph of the number of results over time that make it easier for you to monitor any changes in your code from the homepage.

According to a recently published research paper from Google and a Google developer survey, it showed that 98% of surveyed developers consider the sourcegraph-like inter code search tool to be critical. Based on the information, surveyed developers use the tool on average for 5.3 sessions a day.

“Sourcegraph Server brings the power of code search to developers at every company, allowing them to ship better code faster,” the company said in a statement.

The company also recently announced it had raised more than 20 million dollars in October to bring more live collaboration to coding.