Managing a long list of Python scripts just got easier with the addition of the new Script Folders tab, which lets you organize all of your scripts into a folder structure.
For example, you might use these folders to isolate production scripts from new revisions in development, to group together all of the scripts for a specific project, or to keep track of scripts that you re-use as code blocks within other scripts.
On this new tab, you will right-click on a folder or script for commands to perform familiar functions like creating, copying, exporting, or archiving a script. Additionally, you can now perform some of these functions like exporting or archiving on all of the scripts in a folder and its sub-folders. Still, other commands let you create folders, move scripts into folders, pin favorite folders, etc.