In standard Visual Studio 2012 or higher, IDE window called Navigate to... (Ctrl+,) offers all useful objects in scope of currently open project (see samples) getting increasingly filtered as I am typing so I can quickly navigate to what I need without expanding the tree with hundreds of items.
The same Navigate to... I can find in SQL Server Management Studio 2014 (perhaps since SSMS 2012?) but as I type, I can see only some backup files in SSMS
%TEMP% directory. Is this everything what can be get from Navigate to...?
I would like to see it offering me names of tables, stored procedures and SQL functions etc. so I can jump to them in Object Explorer or view their definition. Any tricks to make Navigate to... more useful in the SSMS?
(Currently I have SSMS 2014 connecting to SQL Server 2008 R2.)
Note: I'm aware of various ways of navigating in SSMS, but now I would like to learn more about Navigate to... which is convenient typing-oriented search&go tool.