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Ability to archive map folders instead of just having the one unorganized archive folder

The issue: I have over 100 maps in my game and it's a bit laggy now. I want to archive a folder with 54 maps, but it contains many subfolders and everything is nicely organized and I don't want to lose that organization I already did by archiving them. Issue2: it would be nice to archive all the 54 maps by archiving the folder instead of doing it 1-by-1 The solution: enable folders to be archived in addition to the generic archive folder. It would be nice to have folders not load and slow down the loading times / performance

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Forum Champion
Hi daniel,  You should not have much of a load time or performance hit via the folders.  The archive feature was implemented long ago as a way to reduce the performance hit from loading all the pages (maps) in the game when you loaded in. Then the Lazy Loading update happened and now pages do not load unless you have been to that page. 
Andrew R.
Sheet Author
If you want to ensure the unused maps aren’t slowing your active games, you should create a Library Game and move them there with Transmogrifier. 
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