I experienced some problems lately where if a member of a group shares a library with the same name as one of mines (say he shares “My music” and I happen to name mine just like his) the S drive will display both of them on the root as “My music” and “My music (2)” which is quite confusing.
It would be cool to be able to split user libraries and shared libraries into two different drives say “Seafile (S:)” and “Seafile shares (T:)” where “T” will contain a tree with usernames at the top and shared libraries on them. Something like this:
Meanwhile the drive “S” should remain with the same structure, but without the shares on them. This behaviour could be toggled on/off if the user wants to.
I hope the seafile team considers this as a viable option. Thanks for reading.