Install fd as a simple and user-friendly alternative to find.

Install fd utility.

$ sudo apt install fd-find

Display short help information, use --help option to get more details.

$ fdfind -h    
fd 8.1.1

    fd [FLAGS/OPTIONS] [<pattern>] [<path>...]

    -H, --hidden            Search hidden files and directories
    -I, --no-ignore         Do not respect .(git|fd)ignore files
    -s, --case-sensitive    Case-sensitive search (default: smart case)
    -i, --ignore-case       Case-insensitive search (default: smart case)
    -g, --glob              Glob-based search (default: regular expression)
    -a, --absolute-path     Show absolute instead of relative paths
    -l, --list-details      Use a long listing format with file metadata
    -L, --follow            Follow symbolic links
    -p, --full-path         Search full path (default: file-/dirname only)
    -0, --print0            Separate results by the null character
    -h, --help              Prints help information
    -V, --version           Prints version information

    -d, --max-depth <depth>            Set maximum search depth (default: none)
    -t, --type <filetype>...           Filter by type: file (f), directory (d), symlink (l),
                                       executable (x), empty (e), socket (s), pipe (p)
    -e, --extension <ext>...           Filter by file extension
    -x, --exec <cmd>                   Execute a command for each search result
    -X, --exec-batch <cmd>             Execute a command with all search results at once
    -E, --exclude <pattern>...         Exclude entries that match the given glob pattern
    -c, --color <when>                 When to use colors: never, *auto*, always
    -S, --size <size>...               Limit results based on the size of files.
        --changed-within <date|dur>    Filter by file modification time (newer than)
        --changed-before <date|dur>    Filter by file modification time (older than)
    -o, --owner <user:group>           Filter by owning user and/or group

    <pattern>    the search pattern - a regular expression unless ';--glob'; is used (optional)
    <path>...    the root directory for the filesystem search (optional)

Note: `fd -h` prints a short and concise overview while `fd --help` gives all details.

Search for go files, but ignore vendor directory.

$ fdfind --exclude vendor --extension go 

Search for go files inside src/terminal/ directory.

$ fdfind --extension go . src/terminal 

By default .gitignore files are respected.

$ cat bin/.gitignore 

This means that you will find nothing there.

$ fdfind . bin

Unless you ignore .gitignore files.

$ fdfind --no-ignore . bin            

List details of executable files.

$ fdfind --list-details --no-ignore --type x
-rwxrwxr-x 1 milosz milosz 5,5M maj 29 17:47 bin/crio-top

Print only the first file with size greater then 2k located on the same filesystem, but ignore vendor directory.

$ fdfind --one-file-system --exclude vendor --max-results 1 --size +2k

Display files changed within the last 2 hours.

$ fdfind --type f --changed-within 2h

Perform action on found files.

$ fdfind --type f --changed-within 2h --exec echo File \'{}\' located in \'{}\'      
File '' located in '.'
File 'main.go' located in 'src/crio-top'

Open located files inside vim.

$ fdfind --type f --changed-within 2h --exec-batch vim 

There is more to it, but this should get you started.