Permanent Manual Upload

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    Eric

    Hi Paul,

    Thanks for submitting your feature requests; please continue to share your ideas and suggestions.

     

    I'd like to clarify and answer few things:

    - We're adding the manual upload button even the Auto-upload is selected. This will be available on our next update.

    - There's actually "Select all" option. Long press a photo, then you will see "select all" option on the upper right corner. Please let me know if you are unable to locate this.

    - Photos are actually sorted by their EXIF data. The only place you can sort by the upload date is the Browse>Recent tab.

    - We'd be happy if you can let us know what are the key/high priority features you'd like to see on Monument- to make it par with the other products?

     

    Please let me know if you have any other questions.

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    Paul Jackson

    Hello

    Firstly, which EXIF date are you using; taken date or created date. Also please add the EXIF data to the show information window.

    Plus, select all is fine but selecting a range doesn't seem possible, like in almost every other app. How about a long press on the second item and everything between the two is selected.

    The ability to copy from an SD card is great, so how about the same for a USB drive in the second slot. The ability to export from the primary drive also needs the ability to copy, rather than just scan. A suggestion would be the ability to configure the second slot as a device rather than backup.

    Regards
    Paul

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    Eric

    Hi Paul,

    Monument uses creation date for EXIF date. We're adding the additional camera information including lens information and this will be also available for the desktop application.

    On iOS, after selecting one photo, you can swipe and scroll to select more items in the list. On desktop, you can use command or shift keys to select certain photos or a range.

    Copying from USB drives is on our roadmap but the development of this feature has not planned yet - thanks for bringing this again to our attention. I will discuss this again with our development team.

    Please let us know if you have any other ideas, suggestions - these are invaluable to us.

    Eric

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    Basti S.

    On iOS, after selecting one photo, you can swipe and scroll to select more items in the list. On desktop, you can use command or shift keys to select certain photos or a range.

    Could you please also implement this on Android to be able to "swipe" to select a range of photos?

    Many thanks!

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    Eric

    Hi Basti S,

    Thanks for sharing this - I've shared the details with the product team to discuss.

    In the meantime, you can select all photos in a day at once if you check the the option next to the date after long pressing a photo. This could also help.

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    Basti S.

    Hello Eric,
    Thanks for your answer. Yes, that works like a charm, I am using this a lot since months but to swipe for less photos is also nice.
    But there are more important features to work on first ;-)

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