Check which shell you use:
If it is bash you can continue editing bash settings:
Add a line containing this:
export PS1="\w\$ "
This will show you the current path in the terminal (bash).
And I like the short “ls -la” command to be set as alias “ll“, so I added also:
alias ll="ls -la"
Remember to open new terminal window to get the new settings or execute:
That’s all for now!