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Download Promyze plugin

The Promyze extension is available on the JetBrains Marketplace you can find in your IDE. Our plugin is currently compatible with those IDEs:
Simply search for "Promyze" in the Marketplace tab and install the available plugin.
The next important step to do is to set up your plugin with your information.

Configure Promyze

You can find the control panel of the extension in Preferences > Tools > Promyze on your IDE.
There is only one value to set :
  1. 1.
    Promyze API key : Corresponds to the API key associated with your user account. It can be found in the "Profile" section of Promyze.
You have two checkboxes allowing you to disable two features :
  • Displaying tags in the editor
  • Suggesting similar practices

Show and use the Promyze window

Once installed, the plugin adds a new tab in your right toolbar :
Clicking on this tab will open a panel that allows a logged-in user (with a configured API key) to view all their spaces and practices as well as the current sessions and battles.
The window is divided into two tabs. The first one contains the list of practices with the possibility to search to filter them by name. And the second one contains the list of sessions and battles in progress.
In the practice tab, if you double-click on a practice, a new window will open to display more details about that practice.
Concerning the part with the sessions and battles in progress, if you click on one of the items you will be redirected in your browser to the page with the corresponding information.

Use Promyze's editor commands

After installing Promyze, you will notice that the context menu (right-click) of your editor has been enriched with a new section called "Promyze".
You'll find the main use cases described in this article: