Usually there are two Top-Layers in a User-Story-Map:
The Top Layer is "User Activites" (Backbone), the second Layer is "User Tasks" (Walking Skeleton). The User Stories follow.
We have this on the backlog.
Today customers often use the Quick Filters in combination with Components to achieve similar. For example, they will create several Components and allocate each Epic to one. Then they add Quick Filters to the agile board and toggle those on/off to see only the epics relating to a specific component.
One option we have been exploring is to show the Component as that third level of hierarchy. If you are keen to share thoughts on this please reach out via firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss our plans further.
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