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sp a couple of years ago - 2015-03-10 10:13:12
I just wanted to see if it is possible that when creating locations, you could add an option to import all locations under the local selected. For example; When I select AUSTRALIA, in addition to the option IMPORT ALL STATE/PROVINCES, there would be an option to import ALL Locals under Australia. Meaning I could in fact import AUSTRALIA AND ALL THE CHILDS that come under it, and all CHILDS that come under Australia would be would come under there own location therefore not having to migrate the childs(for example brisbane) under it's appropriate location(eg. QLD.) If this is possible it would save an extraordinary amount of time.
Thanks and let me know what you think.
Chema a couple of years ago - 2015-03-10 12:50:06
Hello Steven,

Thanks we have that already covered up.

You need to select first the location australia

Theres a button that says browse childs, once you click there you can add the cities or whatever you want in that parent ;)
sp a couple of years ago - 2015-03-11 11:14:37
Yes I know about this convenient feature, but I'm talking about a wider import option where if someone wants to import a whole country and all  of it's child's and all of their child's and so on(whilst remaining in order)they could do so, with one click. I understand that the way you guys have set it up is a time saver, though a whole country a all of its STATES, CITIES, REGIONS, SUBURBS, etc still takes an extraordinary amount of time to input, not to mention making sure the childs are under their correct parent. If we could stream-line this and just import the whole country's content in one go would be great. 
Please let me know if you do not understand what I mean.
Chema a couple of years ago - 2015-03-11 11:20:41
I understand what you mean, but currently we do not have that feature we will need to add an extra field called parent to the CSV.

I will add this to our nice to have things. Thanks ;)
Chema a couple of years ago - 2015-03-11 11:24:08
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