Group in Old Layer -> Ungroup in New Layer = Error
I like to layer different styles of content. I'll have a background layer for images, etc., that I want to not touch later so I can lock/unlock while I work with my content over the top of it. Sometimes, I accidentally am in the background layer and create content that needs to be moved to another layer. I would love for a feature like Illustrator that allows me to highlight an object or group of objects, click an opposing layer, and then right-click > arrange > move to selected layer.
Also, there is a slight bug I've found, but it doesn't crash and I can work around it: When I have grouped objects, and I copy and paste them into a new layer, they appear to be in the new layer; however, if I ungroup them, they automatically de-group back into their original layer before I copied and pasted them. Does that make sense? That feature I mentioned above would fix this, but either way, this bug is kind of annoying because then I have to go back and copy and paste the ungrouped objects back into the new layer I wanted them in. Might be unclear, but I just ran into this issue today.
There is an option in the Layers panel flyout menu called “Ungroup Remembers Layers”. This is ON by default. That’s why when you ungroup, the objects go back to the layers to which they belonged prior to the grouping. You can uncheck this option if you want to have the objects get ungrouped on the same layer as the group.