Save your often used snippets and then expand them whenever you type their abbreviation.
For example:- spr` expands to "Snippet Pixie rules!"
Quick Start Guide
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Choosing an Abbreviation
Abbreviations should be short, easy to remember and hard to trigger accidentally.
It helps if an abbreviation includes either a key word from the fully expanded text, or an initialization or acronym that is part of it.
For example, if you regularly wrote "Snippet Pixie" 😉 you might use "sp".
However, there are a lot of words that include the letter combination "sp", so there's a reasonably high chance that Snippet Pixie would expand that abbreviation when you didn't want it to.
So instead it's common to add a "trigger character" to the end of the abbreviation. This is commonly a character that isn't found in normal sentences such as "`" or "~" that is easy to find on your keyboard. Often just appending a space is enough, or doubling up characters.
I personally use "`" (commonly known as grav or backtick) a lot as it's a single keystroke on my British layout keyboard just below my Escape key. So for me "sp`" is a natural abbreviation for "Snippet Pixie".
However, I could see using "sp " or "spp" for the abbreviation.
If you do use a trailing space as your trigger character you might find it useful to include a trailing space in the text that is expanded, e.g. "sp " expands to "Snippet Pixie " as it's more natural when typing.