Vscode uses settings sync synchronization configuration (the latest tutorial, very simple)


I heard that the biggest drawback of vscode is that every time I change a computer or go to a new environment temporarily, I have to configure various plug-ins. It’s not so troublesome that I dare not say that I use vscode to talk carelessly and intentionally, because I also found this problem. I simply looked for online tutorials, and found that online tutorials are somewhat backward, complex and It’s not easy to succeed. Just go to the latest documents and find that the method of setting synchronization is not too simple


Vscode in normal operation and a GitHub account

Install settings sync

Click vscode’s plug-in bar to search for settings sync and install

After installation, a login interface will pop up. Click login with GitHub here

After clicking, a login page will pop up automatically. Just log on to your GitHub account

If you have used setting sync before, the latest gist ID will be automatically displayed here (it seems that vscode insiders support is better)

If you don’t automatically add a gist ID, click the plug-in’s settings to add a gist

Here, if you are using this software for the first time under vscode insider, you don’t need to create GITS tonken, F1 or Ctrl + Shift + P to search for sync
Select Sync: upload / update settings and a GITS ID will be generated directly (remember to save this ID in the future)

Then it will automatically upload your current plug-in and setting information. Click the plug-in bar and select the plug-in setting to see the automatically generated GITS ID. save the ID and use it to synchronize settings on other computers,

If you are not very proficient in using this, or plug-ins are not updated frequently, I personally suggest that you turn off automatic synchronization and manually upload and download settings yourself

The above is the whole content of this article. I hope it will help you in your study, and I hope you can support developepaer more.

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