Sync settings between multiple images at once in Lightroom CC (not classic) or Lightroom Mobile

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I simply cannot find a way to do this, either on mobile and in the new desktop version. I can copy and paste settings between individual images, bot not for multiple images at the same time.

My use case: timelapses on the go. I prefer shooting individual frames and putting them all together into a single timelapse. My old workflow when I was still using Lr desktop (classic) was to edit a single frame, sync settings, and export everything.
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Johan Elzenga, Champion

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There is no way (yet) to do a sync.
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Victor Porof

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Are there any plans to implement this at some point? This seems like a fairly severe limitation.
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Victor Porof

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I would also be happy with a simple "copy settings" followed by a "paste settings" on multiple images at the same time. Lightroom Classic has the fancy "sync" button that I can live without.
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I would think that something is planned, but Adobe is not in the habit of telling such things.
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Carlos Cardona

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I TOLD you not to go to LR CC! ;-) Stick with Classic (to actually get work done).
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Victor Porof

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I dislike Lr Classic for a plethora of reasons. The new Lr (mobile-focused, cloud-centric) apps are much faster and munch more convenient ot work with.
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Unfortunately you have to choose between great service and great app at the moment. Lightroom CC does not have the ability of Lightroom Classic, this is one of many, many limitations.
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Indeed. I'd really love it if there was some kind of tentative roadmap that Adobe could point us to. Simply saying "we're aiming for eventual feature parity" is a bit vague :)
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How is that vague? It will only be vague if you assume that Adobe might actually delete features from Lightroom Classic...
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Victor Porof

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Vague regarding timelines. "Eventually" can mean anything.
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The Sync-function is the most important feature for me as a portrait photographer. This is productivity factor number one.
Adobe, please implement as soon as possible!

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