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  1. I have tried that, but there is a problem with that solution. After removing VSCode in the app list, unwanted snippets expansions will be done in VSCode. The issue is workflow snippet and feature snippets should be independent of each other.
  2. What I was trying to do: To work around the problem snippet collections are not linked to specific apps (see this feature request I made), I instead followed this tutorial to create a workflow snippet for Visual Studio Code (the specific app I want the snippet to auto-expand in). How to replicate the bug: Settings in "features" -> "snippets": "Automatically expand snippet by keywords" is checked in "Auto Expansion Options" -> "Options" add VSCode as an app in "Don't expand snippets in the following code:"
  3. Usage: I want to specify application for snippet collections so that say collection A snippets will only snip in Chrome. Currently I can only the reversed way by selecting which apps I do not want snippet to occur under "auto expansion options". But since it applies to all collections it is inconvenient. It would make more sense to just select the apps that I want, or select "snip for all apps" for each collection, or have "snip for all apps" be the default. Basically, each snippet collection should have its own separate list of apps.
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