This week's VS Code tip is the Live Share extension pack!
This is an excellent collaborative tool if you want to pair with others. If you've never used it, think Google Docs collaborative mode meets your editor.
Some notable features:
All participants being able to modify code
The person that initiated the Live Share session can also share their local web server. For example, suppose I start an app on http://localhost:3000 while Live Share is running. Participants can navigate to http://localhost:3000 on their machine and see the app we're building out in real-time.
You can follow where another participant is navigating code
You can share a terminal session. This is, by default, disabled, so only allow participants access to your terminal session if you trust them.
And vscode.dev, which I mentioned at the beginning, can be used with Live Share, so someone anywhere on the planet with a browser can collaborate with you.
If you have access to GitHub Codespaces, it'll work there too. I'm not positive, but if you use Gitpod but run it in a container locally in VS Code, you can also use Live Share.