Please note: Due to the technical nature of this particular feature, this launch cannot be switched on or off. Deviants with Beta Testing enabled at the time of this article's posting will have the feature enabled and will not be able to change back, while deviants who were not Beta Testers at the time of this article's launch will not be able to opt-in.
Organizing your Sta.sh has been made easier than ever! You can now create stacks within stacks in your Sta.sh, giving you even more creative control over your projects!
When in a stack in your Sta.sh, you can now merge several files to create a sub-stack inside of that stack. You can group subtasks of larger art projects together, arrange your files by type, or organize your files in whatever way that makes sense to you!
You can also put certain files of a project in a sub-stack, so that you can share certain files with other deviants without having to share the full project. This makes sharing works-in-progress a smooth and simple process that won't compromise your work flow.
Try it out!
Nested stacks have just been launched to Beta Testers, so give it a try by visiting your Sta.sh! Any feedback you have can be left in the comments on this article, and if you encounter any bugs or other issues, please file a ticket about them in the devBUG Issue Tracker, under the Nested Stacks project.