With vim, jumping across a line is easy enough with
b. But anything beyond a few words
forward or back is a lot of wwwww or bbbbb. Or you spend a few cycles to figure out you need
easymotion makes this easy. It overlays text markers to specify potential destinations.
B plus the desired marker to jump there.
incsearch is great, being able to tab to the next screenful of results (or shift-tab to go the other way).
But easymotion has the awesome search for n-chars. Hit
s then the search term, optionally tab/shift-tabbing through
search results, then finally the marker to go to that point.
map <Leader> <Plug>(easymotion-prefix) nmap s <Plug>(easymotion-sn) nmap W <Plug>(easymotion-w) nmap B <Plug>(easymotion-bd-w)