Is there a way to show folder sizes in Ubuntu 20.04 with the Files application?

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I am currently in Ubuntu 20.04 and would like a way to sort folders based on disk usage, like in Mac OS. However, it appears Files only sorts by how many items are contained within a folder. I am currently using Files for GNOME – 3.36.3-stable. Is this at all possible to have the actual size of a folder display in a column in Mb, Gb, etc?

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