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Topic Title: Making repository folders more user friendly
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Created On: 07/17/2013 06:39 AM
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 07/17/2013 06:39 AM
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Artisan (200-499)

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Hi guys,

I've been working at a customer who has a lot of tasks in his repository, which slows down opening the root level significantly (5 second wait). Using folders would probably make it faster, but is cumbersome at the moment.
When you're in the WF builder you can instantly make a new task, but it will always be created at the root level. There is no possibility to create the task in a certain folder, nor can you move it. Now if i were able to switch to the TA, add a new task to the right folder, and then add it to the WF that might be a somewhat good solution. Unfortunately this doesn't work either, because the repository view in the WF builder doesn't auto-refresh, nor does it have a refresh button. The only thing that remains is closing the WF builder (which means closing all the open TB's for that WF) and reopening it.

Can this be improved?

Best regards,



 07/19/2013 10:40 AM
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Liz Casale

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Hi Benjamin,

Thank you for your post. This functionality will be available in our next major release which is v10. We do not have a release date for this version yet. We look forward to this functionality being available for you!

Liz Casale
Technical Support Representative
(213) 738-6966
Network Automation, Inc.


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