If you have any experience of playing with custom content or mods in The Sims 4, you would be quite familiar with the hassle one has to go through during update day.
Experienced users are quite well-aware of the drill associated with it.
As the mods folder keeps expanding, the chance of custom content collapsing or different elements becoming unmanageable grows substantially. There have been some helpful tools like the Sims Mod Assistant and The Sims 4 Tray Importer around to make the process of finding broken custom content easier. However, the entire process of managing general content has remained a little clumsy. Thankfully, with the arrival of a new tool, there is a good chance of things changing for the better.
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Titled ‘Sims 4 Mod Manager’, this tool is currently in the early stages of development. If one studies its mechanism, one feels that this is the kind of tool that can help one save up on a lot of time by simplifying the process of eliminating custom content that you don’t require anymore.
This app will provide much relief to those who have felt perplexed after going through the process of getting rid of the complete Sims 4 Mods folder and taking a fresh start in the game. Filters make the process of finding what you are searching for much easier. Whether you are looking for a Create-a-Sim product or some other entity, filters make the process much convenient for you.
If you look at the screenshot given below, you will get an idea about some of the filtering options one gets to manage The Sim 4’s custom content.
The Sims 4 Mod/Custom Content Manager also makes the process of enabling and disabling Sims 4 mods and custom content from just one designated place, instead of transferring elements in and out of the Mods folder. The tool works most efficiently if you have a proper system in place. The tool is very new and yet to be properly tested by a large number of players. Therefore, the company is taking all the feedback it is getting about the tool very seriously and making changes to improve it constantly.