DevOps automation for your code editor. Save time and eliminate context switches. Start automating your development workflows—right inside your code editor.
⚡ Switch Slack to Do Not Disturb when in flow
⚡ Set a custom Slack status when your editor is focused
⚡ Play your most productive Spotify playlist when in flow
⚡ And much more...
Make your code editor work for you. With EditorOps, we envision a smarter code editor that helps you make daily work faster, more efficient, and more enjoyable.
To create your first workflow, select the EditorOps icon in the sidebar. Follow the instructions in your editor to create a Software account to get started. Once you've created an account, return to your code editor and you will be signed into your new account.
You can create automations using built-in templates, which allow you to get started using popular workflows. Currently, there are two templates available.
You can also design your own workflows by selecting triggers and actions. To create a custom workflow from scratch, click
First, select a trigger for your automation. Triggers are events that start an automation.
Next, select actions for your automation. Actions are events that happen in response to a trigger. Each trigger can have multiple actions.
After creating your workflow with triggers and actions, you will be able to see all your active automations in the EditorOps sidebar. When you click on an automation, you can update, rename, or delete it.
Start automating your workflows by connecting your favorite tools. Discover new and remarkable ways to improve your daily work with integrations to Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, Slack, and more.
Explore awesome workflows built by our community of over 150,000 developers.
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Have any questions? Create an issue in the EditorOps project on GitHub or send us an email at email@example.com and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.