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Display parent/child Drive folders in unique columns.

Using Awesome Tables to display Google Drive files will currently group all folders and sub folders into a single column. This negates the purpose of categorizing content in sub folders - viewers no longer see that the sub folder "snow" belongs in the parent folder "winter" and that the sub folder "sun" belongs in the parent folder "summer". They only see a summary dropdown categorized under folder with the options snow, winter, sun, summer. Is it possible to list all parent folders in one column, child folders separately. If there were some way to show relationship, this would be ideal.

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