Adding aliases to your PowerShell profile (profile.ps1) will integrate them into any other session.
As an alternative, aliases can be exported to a file using the Export-Alias command.
How do you display all aliases in PowerShell
In order to get all currently active PowerShell command aliases, type:
If a single alias should be displayed, one can use the Get-Alias with the alias together or the Name Parameter with the Get-Alias cmdlet (e.g. Set-Alias “sal”):
Get-Alias -Name -sal
Maybe the whole alias is not known, (or to save time instead of typing the whole Alias) try the following to show a list of all aliases starting with the letter s
Get-Alias -Name -s*
PowerShell Alias Provider
For Power users especially interesting might be the already integrated PowerShell Alias Provider, which lists the aliases in a register just as they were on a file system drive. To access the Alias: drive, type: