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Hi! 

As a feature request, it would be so helpful to be able to break down colour groupings within a single Application Palette or Document Palette. For example, I'd like to group my primary colours on their own at the top, and then create secondary and tertiary groups/rows for tints and shades of the same colours, or secondary colours, etc. 

Being able to create an organized hierarchy within a palette rather than having a mass grouping of all saved swatches would be immensely helpful!

Thanks.

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Being able to sub-group colours in any swatches palette would be extremely helpful – I strongly support this feature request!

Breaking it all down into separate palettes (which of course is possible) just doesn't do the trick ergonomically.

And well, as it's been said almost 2 years ago:

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"Now that the full Affinity Suite v. 1.7.1 has been launched, I would like to request that the dev teams take a second hard look at the UI for the Color and Swatches panels. Presently, it's just too cumbersome..."

I actually do feel like this is as valid a request now with v1.9 as it has been then. It IS still cumbersome and clumsy in a general way compared to what other apps (especially Illustrator and InDesign) have been offering for years now.

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