Lightroom Mobile group select feature request

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Speed up workflow in Lightroom Mobile by allowing moregroup select actions. I do a lot of seroius wrok on my iPad now thanks to Lightroom Mobile’s excellent features. I shoot on location and need to edit quickly to let the client choose their picks to be fuly retouched. Some changes are easy but some are laborious as I need to adjust each image singly. For example common changes that I need to make to images are white balance and rotate. But I must do it to each of them. It would be great if I could select multiple images and then apply those changes. They could easily be icons added to the bar at the bottom of the select interface. This would really turn it into a power app.
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Mick Ryan

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Jon Anscher

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Agreed. I switch to CC with the prime reason of using my iPad more in my workflow. There are certain tasks that are just easier on the desktop still. Applying the in-camera profile is also one that I’d love to be able to do across multiple photos. (Though that wouldn’t be as needed if Lightroom would honor the profile I chose when I shot the photo by default.)
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Victoria Bampton - Lightroom Queen, Champion

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Would copy/paste edit settings be enough to tick those boxes for you? So apply it to one, copy your chosen settings to the clipboard, then select multiple photos and paste?
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Mick Ryan

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Yes, I think that would help. If settings an include rotate.
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Jon Anscher

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Actually, that might be even better! That is one thing I go to my desktop to do.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Batch editing.

Please allow us to copy and paste presets to multiple images instead of having to do one at a time. This is unneccesarily laborious, especially for product images that have essentially the same needs.