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ianmcguiness

Is there any way to make folders on the "My Repls" page?

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nicolemarechal1
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LightninMcQuade
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Mooopy
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ianmcguiness
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hotnewtop
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amasad

Would this be useful for people to add?

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Mooopy

@amasad
yes

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ianmcguiness

@amasad
I think it would.

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HarveyH

@amasad
Probably

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techpixel

@amasad
It would help me organize my mess of programs. Please add it!!!

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amasad

@HarperframeInc
we already have it out for admins. @timmy_i_chen can we roll it out to explorers?

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timmy_i_chen

@HarperframeInc
It's almost out. Couple of days. :)

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Introcourse

I am in the practice paragraph how can I make changes to this assignment which requested adding tags?

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teenytinytrinke

New Folder

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hayaodeh

why do you guys want folders? how would you use it?

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ianmcguiness

@hayaodeh
I want to put my kattis challenges in one folder, my other projects in another, and my small proof of concept things in another folder. I also just usually like to have stuff organized.

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theangryepicbanana

You could try adding tags to your repls

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Mooopy

No, you can't create folders, however, you can do something that organizes repls in a similar fashion. Click on the three dots all the way to the right of the name of the repl. Click on "edit" and then you can add tags to the repl. You can then filter for repls that have a certain tag attached to them in the search bar by typing "tags:" followed by whatever tag you are looking for. You can make a tag called "awesome" and then search for "tags:awesome" to filter for only those repls. So yeah, there are no folders, but you can organize repls like this. Not sure if you can use spaces in the tags either, since it didn't seem to work for me. Might be a bug.

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Yamboy1

No, it's not.
You could get a grouped effect by prefixing all the files in one "folder" with something and then they'll all be grouped together ther