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General Discussion

Andres Ramirez
Andres Ramirez
18,094 Points

What happens to Workspaces when you reach the limit of 100 files?

So I wanted to go to my Workspaces and deleted some of the old files, but there is only one option: to delete 1 by 1... And it takes FOREVER!

Does anybody know what happens to the Workspaces when we reach the total allowed limit of 100 files?

I am tempted to stop using workspaces, and just download the file sources to work on my computer.

1 Answer

It has probably changed since the last time I had that happen, but I seem to remember it said something about not having any available Workspace slots and gave you a link to the Workspaces page so you could delete some of the unneeded ones before it would let you create a new one. Once I hit the limit the first time (it didn't take long with some of the tracks I did) I decided to start doing most of the work in a local development environment or using online IDEs

Andres Ramirez
Andres Ramirez
18,094 Points

Thanks for your input! I have deleted all of my Workspaces, and will be downloading source files and using Brackets on my computer from now on...

Workspaces is a nice perk, but it can also be quite cumbersome.

Andy Gatto - Indeed. I use a combination of Brackets, VS Code, local installs/interpreters and online IDEs like repl.it to do most of my heavy lifting.