Provision to group sets of VMs under one entry in the Control Center

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop for Mac Feature Suggestions' started by PhillipS2, May 22, 2020.

  1. PhillipS2

    PhillipS2 Bit Poster

    I use Parallels to support a range of software products which themselves often require several networked Windows computers. There have been multiple releases of our software products, so I need to keep a set of VMs for each of our own released software versions - typically 5 or 6 VMs per version.

    As a result I have a huge collection of VMs, about 160 currently showing in the Control Center (and probably quite a few more I've removed). It is very unwieldy to find the ones I want to use. It would be nice to be able to group sets of VMs into folders in the Control Centre, and then open the the folder somehow to get at the individual VMs to open and run.
  2. MatthewM17

    MatthewM17 Bit Poster

    I agree with this. I've recently migrated from VirtualBox and I have dozens of VMs and it is becoming increasingly difficult to manage. For a good UI design, look at the way VirtualBox does it. You can easily group/ungroup and drag/drop between the groups. Very intuitive.
  3. MOMO4282

    MOMO4282 Bit Poster

    Hi folks, still there is no way to organize VMs, right? it gets really messy when you have to deal with multiple VMs inside control center

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