In &frankly, employees can either be a direct member of a group or an indirect member from a subgroup. Being a direct member of a group means that the person has been added as a member to the group directly. If a group has subgroups, any member added to the subgroup will then be an indirect member of their parent group.
In this example, there are 9 members in the group named “Department”. In this group, 3 out of 9 members are direct members, while 6 of them are indirect members from one of the subgroups named “Team A” or “Team B”.
By opening a group, you can see which users are indirect members from a subgroup, and which users are direct members in the group.
The indirect members will show under “People from subgroups”, while the direct members will be displayed as normal: