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Khalid Khan Friday, February 25, 2022

How to share recipes with groups in Codiga?



Khalid Khan, Developer Relations Engineer

Khalid is the Developer Relations Engineer at Codiga. He is passionate about Software Engineering. Startups and Developer Advocacy. He is also an MLH Coach and Organizer & Member to numerous Hackathons & Developer communities

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Hey There! as we said before, we are a collaborative platform where you can share your recipes with your teammates. As of now, we are only allowing private recipes to be shared among your group.

So what exactly is the difference between a public and private recipe. As the name suggests, When a recipe is marked public, any user on the platform can reuse the recipe. A user needs to subscribe to the recipe or the cookbook that contains this recipe. When a recipe is marked private, only you or the shared group can use this recipe.

A group assembles users so that they can share projects.

Unfortunately, while using Github, groups cannot be created; instead, you can use the GitHub organization as a Group in Github Integration. In that case, you need to install Codiga on your GitHub organization as you are good to go.

If you use other integrations, you can create groups without much of an issue.

Now let us see how one can share your private recipes with your selected group.

Step 1: Go to your recipes and select the private recipe you want to share with your group

Follow these steps to go to your recipes

Recipe dashboard

  1. Go to
  2. Login to your account
  3. Click on Coding Assistant on the left horizontal menu
  4. Click on Recipes

Selected Recipe

For example, We will take the test code as the recipe we want to share with the group.

Step 2: Click on edit recipe

This is where you will get an option to share recipes among the group. You can go to this section by clicking the "Edit Recipe" button on the top right corner of your screen.

Edit Recipe

Step 3: Scroll down to the section with the title “Share”

Share Recipe

Step 4: Using the drop-down menu select the group you want to share the recipe with.

Selected group

This is how a recipe is shared among a group. Once the recipe is shared, your group/teammates will use these recipes in their code and projects.

You can check the shared recipes for your group using the below steps.

How to check shared Recipes on Dashboard?

Follow these steps to check shared recipes on your Codiga Dashboard.

  1. Go to
  2. Login to your account
  3. Click on Coding Assistant on the left horizontal menu
  4. Click on Group sharing

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