NOTE: Due to differences between Hoogle V4 and Hoogle V5, including package names in your query seems to be unnecessary.
If you change your hoogle-vscode.url to point to a V5 server, I think you can ignore the hoogle-vscode.useCabalDependencies, hoogle-vscode.additionalPackages, and hoogle-vscode.includeDefaultPackages settings.
If you are pointing to a V4 server, those settings are probably a bit more relevant. See the Recommended Settings section.
Press shift + alt+ h, or open the Command Palette and select Hoogle Search, then type your query to get results.
Select some text, press shift + alt+ h, or open the Command Palette and select Hoogle Search, and get results based off of the selected text.
Selecting a result in the dropdown will bring you to Hackage to see the found result in more detail.
Can be configured to use a local Hoogle server.
Can be configured to read from (and watch) a .cabal file in your workspace to use those packages in all queries.
Supports manually adding additional packages to the search query as part of workspace/user settings. 
This extension contributes the following settings:
hoogle-vscode.maxResults: Default is 5. Maximum number of Hoogle results to display.
hoogle-vscode.verbose: Default is false. Enable verbose logging to the console (for debugging).
hoogle-vscode.url: Default is http://www.haskell.org/hoogle/. Change the url of Hoogle. This can point to a local Hoogle server.
hoogle-vscode.useCabalDependencies: Default is false. If set to true, the extension will read a .cabal file in your workspace to get the list of dependencies. That list of dependencies will be used to constraint your search queries. This will also start watching your .cabal file for changes. NOTE: this requires stack to be installed and available on your PATH.
hoogle-vscode.additionalPackages: Default is . You can add a list of packages here that will always be used to constrain the search query.
hoogle-vscode.includeDefaultPackages: Default is true. When true, this will include the Hoogle default packages in your query. That way, if you set hoogle-vscode.additionalPackages to true, your query will search all of those packages. When set to false, the extension won't include those packages in your query.