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👋 Welcome to your new Foam Workspace!
This documentation assumes that you have a GitHub account and have Visual Studio Code installed on your Linux/MacOS/Windows machine.
If you haven't yet, browse over to the main Foam documentation workspace to get an idea of what Foam is and how to use it.
Press "Use this template" button at foam-template (that's this repository!) to fork it to your own GitHub account. If you want to keep your thoughts to yourself, remember to set the repository private.
Clone the repository to your local machine and open it in VS Code.
Open the repository as a folder using the
File > Open...menu item. In VS Code, "open workspace" refers to multi-root workspaces.
When prompted to install recommended extensions, click Install all (or Show Recommendations if you want to review and install them one by one)
After setting up the repository, open .vscode/settings.json and edit, add or remove any settings you'd like for your Foam workspace.
To learn more about how to use Foam, read the Recipes bubbles of the Foam documentation workspace.
We've created a few Bubbles (markdown documents) to get you started.