Hi guys, The particular subject of a part of my forum required me to have a pretty complicated node structure which because of the subject inevitably will grow into what some might consider a ridiculous amount of nodes. I have already set up a test area with this structure and when undertaking moderation tasks like moving etc, the list of nodes that I have to scroll through is becoming unmanageable and when completed has the potential to run into the thousands. The structure at the moment is as follows: > Main Forum > (category) > (category) > (Forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) > (forum) The blue forums is the one that could potentially grow to at least 50 thus meaning that we would have 150 x 17 sub-forums. Add to that the requirement for at least 15 green categories and the subsequent forums and the numbers become insane. As you can see this is could grow into a monster that although neat and tidy will be unmanageable when having to scroll through the forum list when undertaking moderation duties. You may think this is a silly idea, but the subject of the forum means that all of these forums will get used on a regular basis and is pretty much essential as a way of categorising the different subsections of content. Is there a maximum amount of nodes that an Xenforo forum can contain? Other than the worries I have posted above what other issues are there that can arise from having an extremely complicated forum structure? The main issue for me is having to potentially scroll through a list of thousands of forums to get the correct destination forum to select whilst duplicating or moving something. The ideal situation would be to have the forum list when editing to appear as a folder based structure instead of just a long list of all of the different nodes in my forum. I'm not sure if that is even possible or if there are plans in the future to implement such a way to view the node list. Has anyone got any better ideas as to how this could work? The above structure has already been condensed to the minimum workable amount and any more condensing will mean that the content will become hard to make sense of and untidy, to the point of me possibly having shelve the idea. Are there any other forum owners that have a massive amount of nodes? Any advice on how you manage them? Are there any add-ons that can make managing lots of nodes easier? Thanks for you time.