no hurry, take your time. That said, it should be feasible for them to implement this way of working (if they want to do it like this). Any plans to return ability to see purchased and/or installed add-ons without entering PS store? Delete. No no no, you have it all wrong. It's why above all, I desperately want Sony to patch in dashboard organization options. It would be handy if I could make separate folders for games that I have played/finished and games that I still haven’t tried yet. There are a lot of us who love the look of the notifications we’ve been using the last 3 years and don’t want it changed. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. And to just set an image as the background? And some games now even don’t have “store” (“related” in previous FW) tab despite the fact, that they have available add-ons. Another nifty feature is that you'll be able to select the order of the tiles by clicking on them and moving them with the d-pad. Why are you guys acting like some arrangement options wouldn’t do nicely? @Mer_GM Of course you can delete them in general, just not from your library ;) They shouldn’t even be added to it in the first place. White ones are way too noticeable. Also TV/Video fodler should give us more options. Customer Service. PS4 Xplorer by @Lapy05575948 (Project formerly known as (PS4) Windows Explorer rename to PS4 Xplorer in v1.05 Beta) Homebrew FPKG made in Unity for PS4 5.05 It allows the basic operations of a file explorer (cut, copy, paste, rename and delete files and complete folders) with a simple interface, easy to use and with full administrator privileges (root). Now now everyone, VitalogyPJ is probably just a little upset over the dashboard hurting his delicate eyes. I’ve never been able to. You can’t put purchased but uninstalled games in their own folder, this is a must. I don’t understand why you would ever design it like this as a professional company, but that’s another matter. How to Use Watch Later on the Web. Getting Plex … But there is kind of simple way that you will just add new additional collumn into the users table with “Display-Name” and keep the old one as a key. For PlayStation 4 on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Is there any way to rearrange the tiles on the home screen? (They have to be in a folder, otherwise your PS4 won’t see them.) You can delete them but they still appear in your Library…that is what PompeyMac wants to do, delete them from the library. Once you're happy with your folder, you can confirm it and it will be added to the main ribbon on the PS4's user interface. On the home screen. get a life. I can’t change my nickname on the service. You can think of Watch Later as a designated playlist. When viewing your PS4 Library, there are a couple of new options: The “All” tab will display every game and app that’s currently installed on your PS4 system – both digital downloads and games installed from a disc. What you are proposing is adding new ID collumn and setting it as a primary key. It would also be nice to have my own library folders for games I actually paid for as well but don’t have installed at the moment. This is also necessary when setting up slide show presentations. Only purchased items. Can you find R&B music right before country? Why can’t I organize the TV and Video apps I have installed. That folder main icon is so ugly it hurts, how about take off the stupid mini folder icon that’s taken the forth slot of the preview in the main folder on the dashboard and let 3 game icons be shown there? Reorder nodes. Let me change the order of my games on the home screen. HOW can this be done in Windows7? We just need an option added so we can choose which colour notification we prefer to use. I was dealing with such requests on small systems (you had stable DB field that you used as a key. Textured finish, business card slot. PS5 Stock: When and Where to Buy PlayStation 5 in January... All NBA 2K21 Locker Codes: Season 4 - The Return. But what do you think of PS4's folders? Because folders are standard in any basic operating system. Ah right….so because YOU don’t use it it doesn’t matter then. Only games can be added to a folder. I only got a few games installed so if I don’t do it this way it’s pretty much there all year. If you want to remove or move an app from the folder, simply hover over it and press Options again. So what if I want the disc thing to be the first thing and not the ps store? I have yet to check them out, but looking forward to making some folders when I get home tonight. I think “All” is everything which is either installed or was once installed on your system. To delete a folder from either your home screen or Library, simply navigate to it and select either “Delete folder only” or “Delete folder and content”. If you're seeing the stuff outside of your folders, make sure Show All is unselected. PS5 won’t have folders for the first few years, until they’re eventually added in an update with the title “you asked, we listened!”. If you want to make a folder in your inventory on the Xbox 1, there is a button to the left of your craftables by the U. Cheers. And then letting people to modify the original collumn with name. The original PS4 and PS4 Slim support resolutions up to 1080p, but only the PS4 Pro supports 4K output. That’s kinda nice and my games are now sorted by type, and the few physical games I have (warning: here be disc-swaps) are in their own folder. Alright, quit giggling at the front – you may be a whiz at operating your PlayStation 4, but anyone landing on this page from Google may have a few questions to ask about folders. I'll make a folder for horror games, indie games, games that my wife might want to play, things like that. And a place to share community custom themes, so I can get a decent theme going on, or simply give the option to change the constant home screen music to something from the hdd or a usb, like mp3s, right? Is your MP3 player a mess of songs that don't go together? But it's a minor irk and nothing that can't be ignored, for now lol.