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Many users use Cacher snippets to keep track of todos for themselves and their teams. So it is of no surprise that Markdown Task Lists has been one of our most requested features. With our v2.30 release, we’re announcing support for Task Lists as well as a few other handy updates.

Markdown Task Lists

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Checking off a task list

Use the button in Cacher’s Markdown toolbar or enter the syntax directly. …


Cacher’s code snippet manager empowers you and your team to get more done, faster. Try all features free.

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Editing a nested label

Labels have been a differentiating feature of Cacher from our launch. They are the most intuitive way for users to categorize code snippets in their libraries and make retrieving knowledge a painless experience.

Today, we’re announcing a major upgrade to Labels by giving users the ability to nest them up to 20 levels deep. This will allow large teams and those with hierarchical topic areas to slot their snippets into the most fitting categories.

Creating a nested label

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You can create a child label by using the New Label dialog and selecting the parent label in Child label of dropdown. …


Cacher’s code snippet manager empowers you and your team to get more done, faster. Try all features free.

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Demo of Cacher for IntelliJ IDEs

The following is a completely unscientific, subjective account of writing plugins for Visual Studio Code, Atom Editor, Sublime Text and the IntelliJ Platform. We did not intend for this post to speak for the experience of all plugin developers and our limited experience coding for each platform only grazed the surface of capabilities. With that said, we hope the following adds a data point for those interested in building a plugin for any of these editors.

Cacher Plugin Requirements

One of the fundamental philosophies behind Cacher is the importance of working where the developer works. It was not enough to provide a beautiful and streamlined UX in our web/desktop apps; we had to help coders be productive in their native environments too. …

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Rui Jiang

Founder of Cacher, Human Penguin

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