+1 for Folders to organize Pages. I don't want one of my first posts on the forums to be a long, critical assessment of the current state of development for this platform so I will keep this short. My friends and I have finally committed to hosting our tabletop fun here at Roll20. One of the three of us (not me) has subscribed at the Pro level to facilitate our needs. It is my turn to generate the next adventure and I am spending my time today learning the in's and out's of Roll20. In an attempt to keep things organized (project manager at heart) I went to the Pages view to figure out how to keep my soon to be created stuff in a singular location and not just mixed in the pot with everyone else's. I was very surprised to see that there is no support within the Pages view to do that. I thought that maybe I just wasn't looking in the right spot and, in searching these forums, discovered this thread. I was blown away to see that the original post was made 5 years ago but was hopeful seeing 8 pages of comments that, to me, indicated that there had probably been a solution developed and that I just wasn't looking in the right spot. Imagine my surprise when I got to the end of this thread and there was still nothing... not even a WiP solution. Absolutely stunning! I started the day almost expecting to upgrade my account to access more features to really make my first adventure stand out. I will not be doing that. Again, I have been active on this platform for less than a total of 24 hours and, as a lifelong tabletop gamer, immediately recognized a core, organizational need that, despite being called out 5 YEARS AGO, has not been addressed in any way by the development team. (No offense and nothing but admiration for the ingenuity of those out there creating their own scripting solutions and sharing them with the community.) Folks on this thread have repeatedly voiced their frustration around what priorities are being taken into consideration when the development calendar is built and updated. Some have cautioned that there is a disconnect between the business ($$$) priorities and the priorities of those that actually use their platform. After reading this thread, I am most certain that my experience is not a unique one. I, and many others like me over the course of 5 YEARS, are a confirmation that what has been called out by some as specific and competing priorities are actually, in practice, one and the same. My customer experience and that of everyone else on this thread (many, many more not on this thread, I'm certain) is broken in a fundamental way and has not been addressed. As a consequence, any potential revenue I would have provided to support this and other features is lost. There are no competing priorities.