not too sure what to call it so searching for it was a bit of a miss affair.
i deal with large databases (lots of tables and lots of views - thousands). 1 of the cool things that dbeaver had was i could type a part of a word and it would filter all the tables / views / to those that contain the string (exactly like datagrip does but instead of just highlighting the "hits" with yellow to hide the ones that dont match.
i also really like the "persistant" search in "just about every other db tool ive used" like just trying to get a screenshot of what im searching for in datagrip as soon as i click out of it it unhides the highlighted ones and looses the term
searching for the same term in datagrip:
(i like the fuzzy searching but defs want a persistant search box (that remembers what you last searched for))
(i had to actually print screen and paste it in a graphics program just to get this screenshot cause clicking away from datagrip = loosing your searched for highlighted things ^%$@)