They do need a ‘little help’ indeed
I would still create a collection as Grim recommended, though. Please note that you can start from a duplicate of the Default collection (which cannot be modified or deleted), thus starting from the same exact list.
VST3 plug-ins are assigned to a category chosen by the Manufacturer, which can lead to having (for example) a folder named ‘Analyser’, one ‘Analyzer’ and one ‘Metering’… now, if like me you have a ‘Analysis and Metering’ folder, you end up with many categories for just the Meters / Scopes / Analysers.
With a collection you can keep the entry you like the most, get rid of redundant ones and keep the list clean.
Might take a while to set up if you have many plugs, but it’s handy and you can back-up the collection by copying the Plug-in Manager .xml file you find in the preferences for future use (or reference).