I think it'd be useful to be able to directly create a file in a Webstorm project from a url.
I often find that I would like to add a single source file from a resource online (i.e. Github). Typically, this is when I'm sandboxing and haven't set up a package manager. The current process feels slow and it seems like it could be easier.
Current Process Example:
1) Find resource on Github that I'd like to include in my project (e.g. https://raw.githubusercontent.com/strophe/strophejs-plugins/master/ping/strophe.ping.js
2) Go to project's JS folder in Webstorm
3) Right-click -> New > File
4) Type in file name (e.g. strophe.ping.js)
5) Open raw source code in Github, select all, copy
6) Paste code into Webstorm
1) Find resource on Github. Open raw source
2) Copy url
3) Go to project's JS folder in Webstorm
4) Right-click -> New > File From Url
5) Paste URL
6) Optionally type location (if not provided based on URL)
7) File Downloads and save in folder. Opens in Editor.
I know it doesn't seem like much, but this would save me a good chunk of time dealing with copying and pasting big chunks of code. I also tend to forget to special paste, so I have to wait for things to process then retry without formatting.