I’ve searched and not finding anything that talks further on best practices and recommendations for how to future proof folder hierarchy. Most that I find is on classic vs modern, but I would like to know more on modern for when we should nest them vs have more top level folders. For example, I have several lines of business and separating them out to their own top level folder seems an obvious choice, but how to handle within that?
Currently the groups have a mix of (mostly) full time RPA developers and we are starting to do more citizen developer training. Using separate subfolders let me give the RPA developers access to citdev area and not vice versa so they can assist when needed.
Additionally, we would like to have a separation between prod and non-prod. Would this be another lay of subfolders? How do can bot developers safeguard folder paths when accessing assets?
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