Unfortunately not at this time, but I was just coming in here to say something similar.
One of the really powerful things in Amazon echo UI is that a device can be put into as many different groups as you want.
This allows you to have groups that represent rooms, groups that represent functions (like all lights), and groups that represent a particular use case.
For example, I have a group called “bedtime” which is a pathway of lights from the living room to my bedroom. So I can turn on bedtime when I’m ready to go to bed and turned it off again once I’m in bed.
One of the lights in those group which is a pathway of lights from the living room to my bedroom. So I can turn on bedtime when I’m ready to go to bed and turned it off again once I’m in bed.
Some of the lights in that group are also in a group called “bedroom” which means indeed all of the bedroom lights. But note that not every light in “bedroom” appears in “bedtime.” The bedtime group is the pathway and has only one or two lights in each of the rooms I go through.
Yet another group is “all lights” this is mostly used to turn on all lights if there’s a weird noise, but sometimes to turn off all lights for whatever reason.
I use this echo feature, the ability to assign the same device to multiple groups, all the time. It’s really helpful.
I would very much like to see smartthings add the same concept.