Within Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops, you can assign each application to a category as described in the Applications article. Use the
\ symbol to create a folder hierarchy of categories. Within StoreFront, you can configure how this folder hierarchy is displayed.
Note: This functionality requires CU2 or higher. In earlier versions, expanded view is always used.
To modify category settings, go to Edit Receiver for web site and select the Category Settings tab.
In the expanded view, StoreFront displays a list of top level categories. When the user clicks a top level category, StoreFront displays all apps in all subcategories on one page.
For example, if you have a category Browser with subcategory Legacy then it shows all browsers including those under legacy on one page:
In the collapsed view, StoreFront initially displays a list of top level categories, and optionally all uncategorized apps. When the user clicks a category, StoreFront displays only the immediate contents (subcategories and apps) of the selected category. The user can click each subcategory to expand the contents.
In the collapsed view, clear the Move uncategorized apps into an “Uncategorized” folder option to display all apps and desktops without categories on the initial view. This behavior is similar to earlier versions of StoreFront.
In the collapsed view, check Move uncategorized apps into an “Uncategorized” folder to move all the apps and desktops without categories into a separate Uncategorized folder.
Configure category settings using PowerShell SDK
To use the PowerShell SDK to enable or disable category view call cmdlet Set-STFWebReceiverUserInterface with parameter
To use the PowerShell SDK to change the category view call cmdlet Set-STFWebReceiverUserInterface with parameter