How to condense SourceTree boookmarks

I have a lot of repos in SourceTree - enough that the bookmarks on the left scrolls.  This can sometimes be a problem for me because I don't see that there are updates or uncommitted changes in some repos.

Is there any way to condense the bookmarks?  Maybe by hiding the branch name (especially if it's on the master branch) and/or hiding the path?

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Right-click: Add Folder.

You have to drag each repository into the folders. Then you can collapse the folders to hide groups of repos.

Thanks, that helps.  Although I still can't quickly see which repos have changes in them.  (It shows it on the repo, but not on the folder containing the repo, so I can't see it when the folder is collapsed.)

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