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I just found the way. Right click on the desired package then Source -> Organize Imports.

Shortcut keys:

  • Windows: Ctrl + Shift + O
  • Mac: Cmd + Shift + O

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Certainly in Eclipse indigo, a yellow line appears under unused imports. If you hover over that, there will be multiple links; one of which will say "Remove unused import". Click that.

If you have multiple unused imports, just hover over one and there will be a link that allows you to remove all unused imports at once. I can't remember the exact wording off hand, but all the links that appear are pretty self explanatory.

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Not to reorganize imports (not to unfold .* and not to reorder lines) to have least VCS changeset
you can use custom eclipse clenup as this answer suggests

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Better way is just to add "save action" so when you save the project it will clear the unused import's and format the code as well if you like .

Go to Window > Preferences > Java > Editor > Save Actions

and pick what ever you want .

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press Ctrl+Shift+O and it will remove unwanted imports

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Use ALT + CTRL + O. It will organize all the imports. You can find various other options in the "Code" Menu.

EDIT: Sorry it is CTRL + SHIFT + O

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If you want to do this on whole project then inside project -->select src folder-->press Ctrl+Shift+O

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Remove all unused import in eclipse:

Right click on the desired package then Source->Organize Imports. Or You can direct use the shortcut by pressing Ctrl+Shift+O

Work perfectly.

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I know this is a very old thread. I found this way very helpful for me:

  1. Go to Window → Preferences → Java → Editor → Save Actions.
  2. Check the option "Perform the selected actions on save".
  3. Check the option "Organize imports".

Now every time you save your classes, eclipse will take care of removing the unused imports.

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You can direct use the shortcut by pressing Ctrl+Shift+O


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