How to synchronize a folder structure on your disk and filters in Visual Studio?

It is possible that this very elementary and I just don't know about a tick, but still.
There is a solution in visual Studio with the project inside. The project has a bunch of filters that are nested within each other. But these filters live completely separate lives from the file structure and when I add a new file by means of the Studio, she creates it in the project folder, throwing all the sources into one pile.
What do I want? I want the filters match the folders. Ie when I create the filter, the Studio created a folder and when I create a file inside the filter, she used to put it in the appropriate folder.
I understand that I can create the desired folder hierarchy on the disk and at the same time the same hierarchy of filters, but I want to do this automatically.

How to do that?
October 8th 19 at 02:14
1 answer
October 8th 19 at 02:16
In the top of Solution Explorer there is a button "Show All Files". After clicking on it, the filter will disappear and you will be working with the file system.

Probably not quite what you need but as an option.
Thank you! How many years of use Studio, but this button somehow was not paying attention. - Cale.Lubowi commented on October 8th 19 at 02:19
The problem is that if you have subfolders, they will be ignored and all files will be shown without podirectory. - dennis_Casper37 commented on October 8th 19 at 02:22

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