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    Patrick commented  · 

    There seems to be a number of UserVoice topics related to this same issue which makes the voting process difficult. I think if someone accumulated the votes across all the related topics this issue would have a much higher ranking.

    One other related topic is
    https://octopusdeploy.uservoice.com/forums/170787-general/suggestions/15957697-make-variables-groupable-collapsable

    This seems to be a "Low Hanging Fruit" which would be very helpful.

    Quite often we find variables are updated for the wrong environment. We have 5 or 6 environments, each with 40 or 50 variables. I assume people are getting lost in the massively long list of variables and accidentally updating the variable for the incorrect environment.

    The ability to expand agroup for the relevant environment should be a fairly easy task technically and would help reduce the chance for human error.

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    2 comments  ·  General » Setup/administration  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Patrick commented  · 

    I see this only has a small number of Votes but could this be included? It's a "Low Hanging Fruit" which would be very helpful.

    Quite often we find variables are updated for the wrong environment. We have 5 or 6 environments, each with 40 or 50 variables. I assume people are getting lost in the massively long list of variables and accidentally updating the variable for the incorrect environment.

    The ability to expand agroup for the relevant environment should be a fairly easy task technically and would help reduce the chance for human error.

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    Patrick commented  · 

    This is must have functionality which I would have thought would be relatively easy to include and help so many people!

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    Patrick commented  · 

    I agree this is a good idea. If I update status.io at the end of my deployment with a deploy success\fail and the call to status.io fails, the deployment is considered to be a failure. However, failing to update the status.io page at the end shouldn't mark the whole deployment as a failure.

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    9 comments  ·  General » Deployment features  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I'm surprised this feature isn't already available. Creating a parent website is a fundamental requirement for many IIS projects.

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