If I'm going to use cloud snippets on clients websites, I don't really want to share all the collection with them. The best way seems to have an ability to choose what snippets I need per API key: ( ) none ( ) all ( ) Choose (choose folders or exact snippets using checkboxes)
Possibility to create subfolders to hierarchize content or in any case tag system to find snippets more easily
As I personally transition from the Code Snippets plugin, one thing I'm finding that I'm missing is the ability to import/export snippets. This is important for ease of distribution to clients/customers that are not necessarily using WPCodeBox...yet. ; ) This goes hand in hand with the Add the ability to save CSS/JS to file feature request.
Add the ability to edit existing site files using the WPCodeBox code editor. Maybe we can add them as a special kind of snippet.
It would be useful to add colors to folders in order to visually identify them quickier.
Would be the ability to lock access to the plugin with a password so client's won't mess with my code. Something similar is avaliable in Updraft Plus Pro (the backup plugin).
Trigger snippets on these rules.
Visual editor options to enhance the user experience. On small screens the three columns cause the space for the code editor to be quite small. Enable option to occupy the available layout width. Enable option to expand editor to full screen. Enable option to edit without distractions.
To be able to mark a Comment line which marks a logical section inside a code snippet as a bookmark for quick access. When you open the snippet, a list with the bookmarks of the snippet could appear when hovering the "Bookmark icon" item menu from the admin bar of the snippet. Especially useful for long custom CSS files.
Allow users to generate a plugin by selecting certain code snippets. This will be useful when signing off a site to a client. You wouldn't want to allow that customer to have access to WPCodeBox. The solution is to generate a plugin with the code snippet used on that site, and give that to the client.
Ability to edit sites snippets, CSS etc in one place over MainWP where WPCodeBox are installed.
Backup & sync snippets to Dropbox or Google Drive.
It would be easy for users to see a check icon next to the cloud snippets that were downloaded to the current site.
Manage your cloud snippets from the WPCodeBox WebApp. In the future add the ability to set granular control to snippets or folders based on the API Key used.
Its pain to go trough every site and manually download updated snippets.