I know that I could test this myself, and I will if no one has the answer, but I wanted to ask first as I'm slightly worried that trying this could corrupt or otherwise mess up my GMS 2 project. I back everything up using source control through git. What I want to have is a separate folder in my git repository that I can use to store text files and other assets (design documents, code typed in notepad, and so on). I can think of several ways to do this. I could first of all have a second git repo that is unconnected to my backed up project. This is what I'm currently doing. This is kind of annoying. Second option would be to create a separate branch that has none of the source code and never use this branch within GMS 2 - e.g. push and pull only to the master branch. This seems doable but kind of a misuse of what branches are supposed to be and also opens up the possibility of a really bad merge. Third option would be create a folder in the GMS 2 project folder itself. This seems to be the best way to do it. Can I create new folders in the GMS 2 project that is unconnected to the project itself or will that cause issues within the project? Or is there another way to do this?