The question should probably be closed as "too localized -- unlikely to be helpful to any future readers". Why?
If you had, in the ten minutes that you've been learning Scala, done a Google search for "scala static import" you would have found at least half a dozen links that gave you the answer, and probably some background info. I think it's reasonable to assume that anyone else with this question will put more effort into it than you, and thus find the answer on her own.
Your question is also constructed in such a way that that you have attracted, and accepted, an answer that consists essentially of "Yes." You haven't really tried anything, you haven't looked into the problem at all, and you haven't included the results of any research.*
All of these things increase the chances that your question will elicit a modicum of depth from an answer. Absent them, your question is essentially a shout over the cubicle wall to bother your teammate, who grunts in reply. The kind of answer you've gotten doesn't provide much value to anyone else; the problems with it, and with your question, are quite similar to the problems with subjective questions.
Further, are you ever going to need to look at this question again? Why does it even need to be open? Apparently "Yes" was all you needed to know.
This may seem like elitism, but the homework and depth requirements are very important indicators for a question's long-term usefulness and suitability for the archive of solutions to programming questions that Stack Overflow aims at being.
*You haven't so much as included the error you say you're getting, which is a pretty basic thing to do when asking for technical help. It would also increase the question's search target usefulness.