I’m evaluating the possibilities of group folders and found out, that you can create a group folder using “/” in its name, which means, it will not be in the root of the group members, but inside another folder - but only, if the folder exists.
When the group folder will be named “group-stuff” - then the folder will be visible as “group-stuff” at the root folder of every user who is in the group.
But when the group folder will be named “shared/group-stuff” - then the folder will be inside “shared”. Of course “shared” has to be created as a user folder first by every group member.
Is this a bug or a feature? Because if this is considered a bug, then I don’t use it, since then this “feature” may just disappear one day. However - I find this quite useful to separate personal folders from group folders. At least there should be a setting to have a global “shared” folder name, which will be used to keep all group folders in their own folder and not replacing existing user folders.