Here’s a command you can add to your bash alias that allows you to fuzzy search over your popularly visited directories:

alias g="new_loc=\$(cat ~/.local/share/autojump/autojump.txt | sort -n | grep -Po '^[^\s]+\s+(\K.*)' | fzf +s -e) && cd \"\$new_loc\""

Or on a Mac

alias g="new_loc=\$(cat ~/Library/autojump/autojump.txt | sort -n | awk '{print \$2}' | fzf +s) && cd \"\$new_loc\""

This requires both autojump and fzf to be installed. Autojump’s job here is to keep track of your most visited directories. It saves these entries at ~/.local/share/autojump/autojump.txt (found by running j -s).

We then sort the entries by most popular: sort -n

And then remove the first column of the results: grep -Po '^[^\s]+\s+(\K.*)'

Finally, we pipe all of that to fzf, which gives us fuzzy search ability of the list of directories. The +s flag stops fzf from sorting the list.