I'm part of an organisation and we collaborate with Google Drive shared drives (formerly known as team drives). On that shared drive are also music files. Those files I do not want to include in CloudPlayer. I only want the files that are in my curated Library folder in Google "My Drive".
If all those music files would show up under one folder (e.g. the name of the shared drive) I could easily ban that folder and that's it. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Even though all these music files are under some folder, they sometimes even show up as top-level files in the CloudPlayer folder view (i.e under no folder). So the import of files from a Google shared drive does not really work as expected. At least it seems to work differently than the normal "My Drive" where all music files show up under some sensible root folder.
What folder is actually shown as root folder in the CloudPlayer folder view? It is not clear what the logic is for that and the logic certainly seems to be different for My Drive or Shared Drives under Google Drive.
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