I really like the approach that’s used here. Is there a way to alter this set up so that that one can:
Use one of three labels with a flag (instead of just using one label, per the original set up up in this article) and…
…set up smart rule so that it can also group (or in some way show) the files under the Top Group (i.e., the top parent group) under which the files are stored;
A bit more background… I use the labels to triage articles that are esp. important (e.g., red = Urgent ; orange = High ; yellow = medium). I also group my articles and document in subject specific parent groups (e.g, Ostrich , Eagles , Hummingbirds).
The importance of my work on these topics fluctuates, and so I thought I could apply a flag to my subgroups for Articles & Documents, under my parent group Eagles, and then revise a smart rule so that my Articles & Documents would be replicated – but that these replicated folder would show that they fall under the parent group Eagles.
Happy to further explain, and to create dummy example / screenshots if that’s helpful.