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Hi

Is there any possibility to add groups to "Operations" Panel, especially custom commands, in the WebGUI on the user like we can under "Actions"?

Currently all Custom Commands are all displayed in the same "Group", it would be nice to group them for the end-user, something like this:

Custom Commands

  • Offboarding

    • Offboarding Initiation
    • Offboarding Initiation Fasttrack
  • Notifications

    • Update Mobile Contract

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Hello,

Unfortunately, there is no possibility to group operations in the Operations section. As a workaround, you can create Web interface actions for all the operations that should be grouped (e.g. for custom commands) and group the actions in the Actions section. image.png

However, thank you for the suggestion. We forwarded it to the corresponding department.

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