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Do you guys have any thoughts on how best to share HTML across your user base?
Our current setup uses our network drive to store macros, all of our users have access to this network drive including our server. By doing this we ensure all users are using the latest version of any macro.
@LordNeilLord I am in the same boat as you. We have a macro repository on our network that my team all connects to. It's a one time setup when we install alteryx. I created a pretty cool html macro, but I was bummed that it didn't also work with the macro repository like normal macros. Having everyone install the yxi on their local machine (plus the server) isn't the ideal solution like the macro repository in our case.
So the HTML macros go in the C:\Program Files\Alteryx\bin\HtmlPlugins folder. Why couldn't you just copy and paste the macro folder there? You could even share that folder maybe so that it's easier to copy to from your local machine. Would that work?