When I create new layers, they are called “Layer 1”, “Layer 2”, “Layer 3” and so on.
But when I create a Group Layer after that, it is called “Layer 4”. I wish it was called “Group 1” instead. That would make it much clearer what it is, so I don’t have to rely on the tiny icon.
What I want:
When I make a new layer, I want the name of the new layer to reflect what kind of layer I made, so that I don’t have to rename it, or strain my eyes differentiating tiny icons.
How I want to use it:
I want this feature to save time, as I like to rename layers so that I more easily can see what type it is. If they were named reasonably from the start, I would not have to rename for instance group layers.
How it behaves currently:
How I wish it would behave:
Notice how much easier it is to get a nice overview when the layers are automatically named according to their type!