Project Groups

Creating a new project adds it to a group called Default. If you have lots of projects, it can get tedious to organize them. To solve this, Sizzy lets you organize your projects into groups.

Creating groups

Open the 📖 Projects menu, then click on Manage Projects.

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Click the Create Group icon.

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Choose a name, emoji, and color for the project group and save. Optionally, use the Protected toggle to hide sensitive projects from the Projects dropdown menu, for example, when live streaming your coding sessions.

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Adding projects to groups

Adding existing projects

To add an existing project to a group, open the 📖 Projects menu, then click on Manage Projects.

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Hover over the project that you want to add, and click on Edit Project.

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Open the dropdown menu under the Group heading, and select the group that you want to add it to.

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Repeat this for every project that you want to group and you'll have a neatly organized project list.

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Grouping new projects

Once you've created some custom groups, you'll get the additional option of selecting a group when Creating Projects. Select the group and create the project as you normally would.

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Another way to select a group when creating a new project is to go to the Manage Projects popup under the 📖 Projects menu, hover over a group, and select Create a project in this group.

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Editing and deleting groups

Open the 📖 Projects menu and click on Manage Projects.

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Hover over a group and click on ✏ Edit Group.

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Change the entries you want and save your changes. If you want to delete the group instead, click on Delete.

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Unprotecting/unhiding groups

To "unprotect" any protected groups and make them visible in the projects list again, open the 📖 Projects menu, then click on Manage Projects.

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Hover over the protected group and click on 🔒 Unprotect Group.

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