So I focus on multiple niches and thus I wanted to manage my domains in my GoDaddy account. They have a feature that allows you to categorize your domains in a folder structure, neat huh? So I went to my "manage-domains" page, I added a folder and added the corresponding domains in that very folder. Yup, all was green and good here. Afterwards I obviously wanted to view the domains in the folder. But even though the user interface is relatively simple I could not figure out how to bring up the folder itself. I tried every option, clicked everything, even edited the HTML, removing their ads which take up 40% of the screen but no. Something as implicit and intuitive as navigating to the folder simply didn't seem possible. So I contacted their support, with this high-tech issue. And guess what? There's a pixel-wide greyed out arrow which you can click (if you can even see/hit it) and it will bring out the folders view. Here's a picture of it (if you even can see it HINT: it's the pixel-wide grey arrow to the left). And no, I have NOT cropped the image to the left, the grey area is a part of their website. What a dog shit design choice. Who the fuck came up with that shit? Look how much free space there is on the page - SO MUCH FREE SPACE. Yet they decide to go CSS-ape shit and completely hide it away. If this was a public page and the arrow was linking somewhere they'd get penalized by G for hiding their links. It blows my mind! How can such a HUGE website make such moronic design choices. This is HORSE SHIT!