Tap on the gear icon in the upper-right corner of the Servers list to open Settings.
Choose a terminal theme of your liking, or create a new one from scratch.
You can also adjust the terminal font family, default font size, and more.
Choose which Prompt icon will be displayed on the homescreen:
Customize how error alerts are displayed in the Terminal:
Keep Display On
Enable this setting to prevent your device from sleeping when Prompt is open and running in the foreground.
Panic Sync keeps your Prompt servers, clips, passwords, and keys updated across devices automatically.
Manage and sync a collection of text snippets that can be quickly inserted into the terminal.
Manage, import, and create keys that can be used for your SSH connections.
Face ID / Touch ID & Passcode
When enabled, passcode or Face/Touch ID authentication is requred when opening Prompt.
Switch between the system keyboard and one personalized to your specific needs.
Third Party Keyboards
Toggle on to enable third-party keyboards in the terminal.
A relaunch of Prompt is required for changes to take effect.
Extra Keyboard Row
Hides the additional keys at the bottom of the screen when an external keyboard is connected.
Keeps connections alive while Prompt is running in the background.
Use GPU acceleration
Enables GPU acceleration in the terminal.
Enables URL detection in the terminal.
Prompt before closing terminals
Determines if Prompt will display a confirmation alert when closing a terminal.
Badge Updated Tabs
Enables visual indicators for tabs that have been updated in the background.
Support and Privacy
Displays the version of Prompt you are currently running on your iOS device.
Get help from our support library, or send us an email with your questions.
Customize which anonymous data is sent to Panic for the purposes of improving Prompt.
Import and Export Servers
SSH Debug Logs
Toggle to enable SSH debug logging for terminal connections.
Toggle to enable terminal logging for troubleshooting purposes.
Access logs here after enabling debug logging.
SSH debug and terminal logs are unable to leave your device without your permission.