If you’re working with multiple projects, then quickly switching between them is a necessity. For years I’ve been going between the built in project manager in Sublime text and simply opening Sublime up from my project directory in the terminal.
Opening from the terminal gets annoying after a while, and the built in project manager for Sublime is good whilst it works, but the issue is that it forgets about projects that haven’t been opened for a while – they disappear from the quick switch list, which means opening up the project file manually all over again. The other downside is that you have to manage the Sublime project file and the Sublime workspace file.
Fortunately, there’s a great little package for Sublime called “Project Manager”. This is everything the built in Sublime project manager should be. No need to worry about where the project and workspace files are as they’re all centrally stored on the fly when you create a new project. The quick switch doesn’t forget about projects that haven’t been opened in a while either. It’s super easy and fast to use. No more project management hassle!