Our team has users that are on Mac and users that are on Windows, so I really don't know where to post this.
I mistakenly thought that the features had parity between the different clients, so when I set up some entries in our team vault, not seeing folders, I assumed that tags were the thing since the left-hand column in the Windows client shows a nested Tags structure. However, when I asked one of my team members on a Mac to take a look at the structure, he sent a screenshot that showed Folders from his personal vault but no tags or folders from our shared vault.
The Windows and web clients, we've noticed, do not have folders, but the Mac client does. And while the Windows client shows a nested tags structure when we use "tag1\subtag", the web and Mac clients do not. As a matter of fact, it appears different depending on the version - the screenshot I received from my colleague running 6.8.8 on Mac showed folders and un-nested tags, and the Mac version 7 showed only un-nested tags. Because of this it is difficult to push a particular organizational structure that all our users can benefit from. In that case, what is the recommendation?
Also, based on experience with other products, there is always a "root" folder that items are created in by default, but there's no default tag setting I'm aware of for the vault, nor is there an "Untagged" grouping under "TAGS." I would like to see an option for one of those so that we can immediately tell that something needs to be properly categorized, because I guarantee you no one will be doing a search periodically for untagged entries.
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