6th Mar: There is an option now on your profile page to use "compact" folders. This works pretty well for phone users and others who like less scrolling.
The Protagonist is the principal character of a story. Usually The Hero, but not always. Beyond any and all other traits, whether they are a Villain Protagonist, The Hero, or simply an Innocent Bystander, and whatever the story's POV may be, you can generally tell who the protagonist is because the story is about them. This is present in pretty much all fiction, making it an Omnipresent Trope. Compare and contrast The Antagonist, who is equally important because they oppose the actions of the protagonist. Also see Deuteragonist, the other character whom the story is about, but to a lesser extent than the protagonist; in other words, a secondary main character.