Many people are using multiple MyGet feeds in their development flow, and have good reasons to do so. Some are pushing packages from one feed to another as they promote them through quality gates. Others are proxying upstream feeds or filtering packages downstream.
MyGet supports many types of package sources, and as flexibility is great, configuration can be a little tedious or even error prone.
Why would we ask our users to provide us with their MyGet feed url if we know what feeds the user collaborates on? We realized we could do better. In addition to the already rich list of presets, we have added a convenient button that lists your MyGet feeds.
It works the same way as the presets, and will populate your package source name and URL. This convenience helps avoid wasting time configuring your package management workflow and ensures the upstream feed is configured correctly.
PS: At MyGet, reducing friction is a feature. One that we consider most important! After all, that's how we have been able to deliver a smooth package management experience, serving over 16 billion package downloads over the past few years. Have a feature request or an enhancement you'd like to see? Please reach out to us!