Feb 23, 2017 · Updated: Nov 04, 2017 · by Tim Kamanin
When coding, I often find myself overwhelmed by a number of opened tabs in my editor. I just seem to have opened every single .py file of a Django project. And it's kinda hard to find a way in this evergrowing of tabs.
Given that, I was really happy to discover a neat feature of PyCharm IDE called " closing tabs policy ". This feature keeps a number of opened tabs to a defined by you limit , let's say 3 tabs and auto-closes less used when you go over the limit. Which is really helpful, I myself found that limit of 5 is very comfortable for me.
You can apply this feature in 3 simple steps:
Now you're all set and believe me, this will definitely make your dev workflow smoother.
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