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Organization structure for the PlayStation Dynamic Menu

While the PlayStation Dynamic Menu is great for bringing recently accessed games and apps to the front, it can be hard to find things that haven't been used in awhile.

It would be nice to have folder organization to find things that the system and the user thinks are related.

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      • Todd commented  · 

        It could be as simple as moving the Library to the left of the default start point, next to "What's New", instead of always being the end of the list

      • Erna Rusun commented  · 

        Categories wouldnt be bad too. Games/Demos/Apps. But i dont think that will happen. I hate seeing stuff i cannot delete (sony unlimited i am looking at you)

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        this feature is not important

      • Nonya commented  · 

        Yea then all my installed games wouldn't clutter up the menu it could be in a folder that just pops down like the What's New Tab

      • Matin commented  · 

        Easier way to switch between player profiles with only one controller.

      • Matin commented  · 

        Add a games category! There's a TV & Video category but no games category :/

      • Ziggy commented  · 

        Folders for applications and Star things to add to the home screen?

      • Jean commented  · 

        God yes! Simply a "my pins" folder like on xbox 360 would be great. It would really help down the line because just getting to Netflix will be a pain

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