DiscodeMulti - UI is a VS Code extension that allows users to easily share code to Discord channels using webhooks. The extension provides a seamless interface to manage Discord webhooks and send code snippets directly from the VS Code editor.
Send Code to Discord: Share your code snippets to Discord channels swiftly.
Manage Webhooks: Effortlessly add, delete, and configure Discord webhooks in VS Code.
Set Author Details: Customize your code shares by defining an author name and avatar.
Tree View Interface: Interact and manage your webhooks using a tree view interface in the sidebar.
Discode Multi - Send Code to Discord Channel: Share a selected code snippet to a Discord channel.
Discode Multi - Open Webhooks Settings: Modify your webhook settings.
Discode Multi - Set Author Name: Change the author's name for your code shares.
Discode Multi - Add Webhook: Introduce a new webhook to your list.
Discode Multi - Delete Webhook: Erase an existing webhook.
Discode Multi - Set Avatar URL: Update a custom avatar URL for your shares.
Discode Multi - Show Webhooks in HTML: Get a comprehensive overview of your webhooks and effortlessly add or delete them.
Ensure you have VS Code version ^1.73.0 or newer.
Open VS Code.
Navigate to the Extensions view by clicking the square icon in the sidebar or pressing Ctrl+Shift+X.
Search for "discodemulti---ui" and install the extension.
Post-installation, discover the commands in the command palette (Ctrl+Shift+P) under the "Discode Multi" prefix.
Post-installation, initiate the tree view in the sidebar to manage your Discord webhooks.
Utilize the commands to add webhooks, adjust author details, and share code to Discord.
Highlight a code snippet in your editor and either click on a channel inside the TreeView or invoke the "Discode Multi - Send Code to Discord Channel" command to share it.
Feedback and Support
Encounter issues or have enhancement ideas? Contact TheMysteryPanda on Discord or raise an issue on the GitHub repository.