I’m confused about something… Let’s say I have a document, we’ll call it “a.pdf”. That file has been placed into a group called, “Group1”. When I click Group1, it shows a.pdf. Great!
Now, I want to further classify it. I create a new group called Group2. Group2 is a sub-group of Group1 (it’s indented below Group1, and Group1 has that little triangle view button which when clicked shows Group2).
I move a.pdf into Group2.
When I click Group2 (a subgroup of Group1) I see the document a.pdf.
When I click Group1, it shows nothing.
However, the little number to the right of both Group1 and Group2 BOTH say, “1” (indicating that there is a document inside that group).
This strikes me as odd behavior. I’d assume that clicking Group1 would show contents for Group1 and all sub-groups. Clicking the sub-groups would show the content of the sub-group and all child groups down from it.
But, what I get more closely resembles a file system of the computer. A folder contains other folders or documents. I can view the contents of a sub-folder by opening it. Folder 1 doesn’t show the contents of Folder 2, as one would expect.
Is this all be design, or is there something I’m just not understanding?