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Folders for Maps

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I have a lot of battle maps for certain regions, and I would love to be able to organise all of my maps into folders neatly so I can grab them quick instead of having to scan 
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I also have built a lot of maps for various random encounters, as well as planned encounters. It would be great to have a folder for completed encounters, upcoming encounters, and various types of random encounters (forest, mountain, town/city, etc). This would allow me either prior to a session or post session to move maps between folders and the root Pages view. As an example, if in the previous session my players completed their dungeon crawl and I am expecting them to travel through the forest to the nearest town I can move the dungeon maps into my completed folder, and I can select a number of forest random encounter maps and random town maps from their various folders so they are easily available from Pages.
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<a href="https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/1618045/a-better-way-to-organize-pages/?pageforid=10286462#post-10286462" rel="nofollow">https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/1618045/a-better-way-to-organize-pages/?pageforid=10286462#post-10286462</a> &nbsp;is a big thread for this.
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