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HI,

It would be very nice if one could add a description for an action set that then will display on top of the action set as a header.

I find myself inspecting actions/conditions in action sets often to identify the purpose of the set, it would be very helpful to be able to see this in the header at first glance.

Thank you

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Hello,

Thank you for the suggestion, we will consider it.

As a workaround, you can use the Custom Action Description option for the first action in action sets. Except for the description of the action itself it will also include the description of the action set. For example: image.png

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