DavidGretzschel

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Assume I have a Parent-Thought which displays all n related Thoughts regarding a specific problem. Each Child Thought has a file Attachment.
But those Children's Attachments aren't necessarily in the same place within the file structure.
If I want to quickly zip all those files (or put them in a network share) and send them to a colleage, there's currently no quick way to copy them all into one place.
Currently I have to individually press "Attachments>Open in Explorer" on each Thought and copy & paste it where it needs to be.
That's n steps.
n can get very big for a complicated problem.

A "Selection>copy all Attachments to clipboard" would come in very handy.
I'd just simply select all Children of the problem-Thought, press a button and paste them into my file explorer in an appropriate place.
That would merely be 1 step.
So it would replace a linearly scaling operation with a constant.

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mcaton
Thanks for posting.  Maybe selecting a group of thoughts and then having a "copy all selected Thoughts' attachments" would be the right way to go with this request?

Matt
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DavidGretzschel
Ah yes, that's exactly what I meant.

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Laptop monitor: 15,6 inch, 1920x1080@60Hz
external monitor: 42.5 inch, 3840x2160@60Hz
(I use one or the other, never both at once)
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 256Gb LTE
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mcaton
Thanks for confirming. Documented.

Matt
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