So you have a website and you installed quite a few modules and it looks like you will be dealing with more as your project progresses. Every time you install a new module, you have to scroll down and find in that big list of modules the one you just installed in order to enable it. Trust me, it gets annoying.
However, Module Filter comes to the rescue. It is a Drupal module available for Drupal 6 and 7 (although I only used it in the latter). Not only you have tabs on the left side displaying each module package but you also have a filter box where you can type the name of the module you are looking for and it narrows down the list as you type. Pretty nifty.
You can find more information on the module dedicated page on the
drupal.org website (You can find the link below).
Hope this helps, but I’m sure it will.
Danny founded WEBOMELETTE in 2012 as a passion project, mostly writing about Drupal problems he faced day to day, as well as about new technologies and things that he thought other developers would find useful. Now he now manages a team of developers and designers, delivering quality products that make businesses successful.