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Dont't have any idea what `*.sublime-project` and `*.sublime-workspace` are doing? Forget where the project files are? Don't worry, Project Manager will help organizing the project files by putting them in a centralized location. (It is inspired by Atom's [Project Manager](https://atom.io/packages/project-manager), but Atom's Project Manager is inspired by the built-in Sublime Text Project Manager, so there is a circular reasoning here).
Don't have any idea what `*.sublime-project` and `*.sublime-workspace` are doing? Forget where the project files are? Don't worry, Project Manager will help organizing the project files by putting them in a centralized location. (It is inspired by Atom's [Project Manager](https://atom.io/packages/project-manager), but Atom's Project Manager is inspired by the built-in Sublime Text Project Manager, so there is a circular reasoning here).
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### Add existing projects to Project Manager
There are two ways to add existing projects to Project Manager. If you want to keep the project files (`*.sublime-project` and `*.sublime-workspace`) in your project directory,
There are two ways to add existing projects to Project Manager.
- Open your project file `*.sublime-project`, and then use the import option of Project Manager. This tells Project Manager where `*.sublime-project` is located and Project Manager will know where to look when the project is opened. In other words, you can put the `*.sublime-project` file in any places.
- If you want Project Manager manages the project files: move your `*.sublime-
project` and `*.sublime-workspace` files in the project directory
`Packages/User/Projects/`. You may need to update the project's folder
information of the files.
- If you want to keep the project files (`*.sublime-project` and `*.sublime-
workspace`) in your project directory: open your project file `*.sublime-
project`, and then use the import option of Project Manager. This tells
Project Manager where `*.sublime-project` is located and Project Manager
will know where to look when the project is opened. In other words, you can
put the `*.sublime-project` file in any places.
If you want Project Manager manages the project files
- Move your `*.sublime-project` and `*.sublime-workspace` files in the project directory `Packages/User/Projects/`. You may need to update the project's folder information of the files.
### FAQ

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