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adobe bridge merge folders and do not overwrite

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Jun 12, 2020 Jun 12, 2020

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please allow for folders to merge rather than overright
im looking projects this way!

 

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Hi Bluebrad,

 

First welcome!

 

Just to let you know, almost noone from Adobe ever shows up in these forums. Mostly, it's just folks like you who are willing to spend some time helping others out. 

 

If you want to make a request for a feature, you can make that here: https://adobebridge.uservoice.com

 

Adobe does look at that. However, there's no way to know if they see that and think it's a worthwhile idea to follow up on. It may be, but there's no way to know. But rest assured it will not be implimented any time soon. Adding features is a very slow process.

 

Now, I think you're saying you want to combine the files of two folders into one? Is that right? Actually this is rather easy to do: If you right-click on a folder, one of the options is to open that folder up in a new window. At that point you can do a Comand/Control-a in the Content Panel (to select them all) and then just drag them into the other folder. Your original folder will now be emptied and you can toss it and all of your images are now in the 2nd folder. 

 

Does that do it for you?

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