No problem at all :)
One thing to keep in mind... SP3 (Nov 15) is pretty booked.
It will be on the "post SP3" list and even then it willbe there with a lot of other priorities... I just want to set proper expectation that it may or may not make it and that even if it makes it will be after SP3.
I'll note this. Not sure when we will have opportunity to do this sort of thing.
i am thinking that it may be better to allow filtering based on the Workflow name (that's simpler since we do not have to create an object for grouping workflows which will then require its own management). Any reaction to that? The filters would not be persistent (otherwise we might as well create workflow folders)
also, I generally strive to build FFC in a manner that minimizes the total number of workflows. Can you have the customer export the workflows and send them to me? I would like to understand what's driving such a large number of workflows. Perhaps there's opportunity to simplify their overall configuration.
Customer is asking for a new feature.
This customer has made 100+ workflows and asks if it's possible to add an option to group these workflows into folders.
I think this would be a nice option to organize a long list of workflows.
You could think of organizing them by workflows used for a specific customer, or by the type of workflow.