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Creating your first snippet

Snippets are pieces of long-term memory for professional developers. Cacher seeks to help you organize and use snippets more efficiently. Learn the basics of creating snippets here.

Cacher users create snippets to:

Composing a snippet

Composing a snippet
  1. After logging into Cacher, click the New Snippet button to compose a new snippet.
  2. Enter a Snippet Title. info_outlineCacher can search on this field so make it descriptive.
  3. Optionally enter a Description. info_outlineYou can use Markdown to provide formatting.
  4. For the first file, enter a Filename with an extension. (e.g. example.py). info_outlineCacher uses the extension to pick a filetype and provide syntax highlighting.
  5. Enter the file's contents.
  6. Optionally choose one or more Labels to assign to the snippet.
  7. Choose whether the snippet will be Private using the toggle in the footer.
  8. Click Save to create the snippet.
  9. You should now see the new snippet in your library.
notes Note: Private snippets are not indexed by search engines like Google and cannot be publicly accessed by default.

Snippets and libraries

Any snippet or label in Cacher is associated with one library. A library can either be Personal or associated with a Team.

Upon signing up, you start with a Personal Library. Once you join a team, you will have access to that team's Team Library.

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