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We now allow you to create and customize groups of widgets and quickly switch back and forth between them, depending on your flow-state.


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Todos in your IDE with rhyme & reason

Users have been enthusiastic about the Marquee feature for quickly jotting down todos while hunkered down over code. With a myriad of repos open, the ability to switch back and forth between workspace and global modes has proven enormously helpful in bringing order to todo list chaos.

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Hoard VS Code windows like browser tabs?

VS Code is designed to elegantly handle all kinds of repos: Mono. Many. Multi. Even hybrids. Settling a discussion to determine what repo-structure is best for a project is as futile as having a room full of people agree on the world's best ice cream flavor.

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When VS Code's "Open Recent" fails you

Marquee is a powerful extension 💪, that, amongst many productivity boosters, lets you customize your VS Code homescreen.

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What's on your VS Code home screen?

Exploring what folks want out of their immediate editor experience, and how we can help!

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Getting on top of my unsaved files in VS Code

One of the most important and unacknowledged pieces of my development workflow is the power of copy & paste. How else would I transfer code of Stack Overflow into my editor?

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Lost in VS Code windows?

Capture your thoughts within and between VS Code workspaces.

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Why, like Ariana, you should be grateful for your ex

Let's take a look at (ex-) development environments. (Ex-) IDEs more specifically. Ariana Grande serenades how one taught her love, one taught her patience, and one taught her pain. That'd be Vim, Xcode, and Eclipse for myself - in Miss Grande's exact order.