was sent here by the Adobe Dreamweaver management on Facebook. I lately wrote nearly the same posting here in October 2012 regarding the DW CS6 version. I still want to change to DW (CC this time) but can't because Adobe seems not to be able to make snippets storable in the cloud such as my Dropbox folder or any other given path.
Just for sure...is there any opportunity to do so in CC?
DW is absolutely unusable for workgroups or a multi workplace installation if there isn't.
By the way....it is a shame that Adobe did not implement this feature because other IDEs (especially Eclipse) provide it since years.
Thanks for any answer...and I am not upset....just a little disappointed.
I believe This still works in CC, steps 5 and 6 are the ones of interest...
You may need to turn on hidden files/folders (if they're not turned on already) to see the Snippets on your desktop though.
EDIT: Changed the above to remove "I believe".
It does work as expected, I just tested by moving my snippets from CS4 to CC and all of them function correctly. As Nancy points out, it would be a simple process to save them to a thumbdrive (or simply email them to collaborators) to get them into their Snippets folders.
Thank u all for the answers but they are both wrong.
It isn't of sense to "copy" snippets to lots of computers and users or mailing them. I think you both never had to use lots of snippets on different computers and by different users.
I don't know why Adobe isn't able to make a setting the DW preferences to store snippets in a custom path such as my Dropbox or somewhere else that I mean to store them. Other IDEs have this feature since almost 10 years and Adobe can't do that.
If you ever had used lots of snippets altered and expanded every day you would not reply with "copy it on a flash drive" or "send it by E-Mail".
So....we will NOT use Dreamweaver since there is this tiny little feature that would make this (not so bad) program usable for workgroups. At this time....it isn't at all.
This is a user-to-user forum. Feel free to submit an official feature request that the Adobe developers will see. If you state your reasons well & enough people ask for it, this might make it into some future release.