Workspace Explorer provides a convenient UI to quickly switch your workspace or open a workspace in a new window.
I should note before we dive into setup, VSCode currently allows you to only have one instance of a workspace open at a time, i.e. your node.code-workspace can only be open in one window of VSCode.
Five quick steps to get you up and running:
Workspace Explorer allows you to have quick access to all your workspaces in one convenient UI.
Organize your .code-workspace files as much as you want within the Workspace Explorer: Workspace Storage Directory. Sub-folders will be listed in the Workspace Explorer. Click on the arrow to expand the directory and reveal any deeper sub-folders or workspaces.
Workspace Explorer comes with two default icons. One for sub-folders and one for workspaces. Adding custom icons is a great way to further organize and quickly recognize your workspaces/sub-folders.
To add custom icons do the following:
OPTION ONE: Store icons in the Workspace Storage Directory and sub-folders.
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