Add / Remove optional OUTER Keyword in joins
Include a feature in formatting to include / exclude JOIN type.
LEFT OUTER JOIN would become LEFT JOIN and vice versa
Not sure this is so useful on the INNER keyword but the OUTER would be useful where people have different styles but we want to standardise work.
Definitely include removing/adding INNER.
Jim Nguyen commented
I agree. I understand that those keywords are optional since they are the default. However, I like to explicitly script them out in case the default ever changes. Or, if you are not familiar with SQL Server and come from another database platform, it is easier to understand how that query works.