Here’s an example using the Universal Descriptors page.
bolstering is a slot that is a child of ~ and its children are also slots.
If I tag a new rem with ~, I get the option to add bolstering slot to it
But once it’s added, I have no way to get at bolstering’s children, as depicted.
Of course, I can tag bolstering the newly added child with bolstering the original slot to get the option to add its children slots, but that seems like a step too many.
The workaround to this at the moment is to use hierarchical search when adding the first tag to tab into ~ and add bolstering tag, but I think this could be improved by:
checking if a child added from a slot has slots of its own and allowing to bring those in as children.
After all, the power of outlining is creating nested groups.
UPDATE: if you add the slots via either choosing add all rem to this document or tagging the rem that is used as a tag with “automatically add template”, it will add all slots at any indentation. Seems pretty silly to force an all or nothing approach when there is a perfectly good menu to add slots one by one.