From many conversations I've had with people, I've compiled a list of pragmatic tips for using . I hope people find them useful

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Let me know if these are useful, or there are other great tips you love to share with people!

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Revisions of environments with `conda list --revisions` and `conda install --revision`

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Exporting/importing environments with `conda env export --no-builds > environment.yaml` and `conda env create -n <NAME> -f environment.yaml`

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Offline use with `conda install --offline`

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Cleaning your packages folder for faster dependency solving with `conda clean`

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Quickly building your own conda packages with `conda build` and `conda skeleton`

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