Multiselect And Bulk Editing Will
Change The Way You Design Pages Forever!
Multiselect provides amazing utility to Divi, allowing you the freedom to edit and design your pages even more effectively than ever before.
Today we are introducing Multiselect and Bulk Editing for Divi, an incredible new feature that gives you the power to build websites with a new found speed and efficiency. You can now select multiple items at the same time and perform bulk actions to the entire group of elements. You can drag, drop, copy, paste, delete and even edit the design and content of everything at the same time. Instead of making tedious changes to a group of elements one one by one, and over and over again, just select them all and edit everything at once. It’s really really cool.
Edit Multiple Elements At Once
And Save Yourself Endless Hours Of Design Time
Editing multiple elements at once will save you an enormous amount of time by removing the repetitive, tedious and costly tasks associated with designing a cohesive website.
Hold Cmd/Ctrl Or Shift To Multiselect
When building in Divi, you can now hold down the Cmd or Ctrl keys and click on elements to select them. You can multiselect as many items as you want, and you can even select a combination of modules, rows and sections. You can also hold down the Shift key and click to select a series of modules within a column, a series of rows within a section, or a series of sections within a page. Once selected, you can bulk edit the entire collection of items at once.
Bulk Edit The Design Of Multiple Modules
When you bulk edit the design of several multiselected items, they all get updated in tandem, saving you tons and tons of design time. When you open the settings modal of a collection of items, Divi will automatically display a list of shared settings. As you modify the design, all of your selected items get updated accordingly. You can even bulk edit a collection of dissimilar items. For example, you can add a box shadow to a Blurb Module, Image Module and a Section all at the same time.
Quickly Drag, Drop, Copy, Paste & Delete
Multiselect is great way to quickly copy, paste and delete multiple items at once. It’s also a great way to move a series of items to a new location, instead of having to drag and drop them one by one. You can even drag and drop modules, rows and sections at the same time, and Divi will automatically combine the items and drop them into a single location.
Better Understand Your Page Structure
Holding down the Cmd or Ctrl keys is also a great way to better understand the structure of your page, and to quickly select small individual modules that might be difficult to find using Divi’s minimal building interface. When you hold down Cmd or Ctrl, you get a clear outline of all modules, rows and sections, giving you a perfect picture of your entire page and how all the individual pieces fit together.
Multiselect and Bulk Edit are available today, so download Divi and it for a spin. Let us know what you think in the comments and don’t forget to check back next week for even more great Divi features coming your way.
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Really great time saving feature, thanks! Is it also possible to copy styles from one page to another?
Hallelujah, what a great new addition to Divi! I am extremely happy with this new feature. Great work!
AWESOME! This is a huge time-saver and a help for streamlining for our clients. In our workflow we would only load sample content, then get client approval before we built out the rest of the content because of this exact prior limitation (having to make changes to each module one by one). Now we can be more flexible with the client when loading redundant content modules. A+.
How do we bulk edit in the regular Divi editor though (NOT visual editor)? We are much more accustomed to the back-end editor, and have found the Visual editor causes a lot of glitches, so we only use the back-end editor.
Thanks again. Have a good Vacation! 🙂
Please also add a Text Version of Divi-Code per Site for even faster Mass Editing in the Editor (Sublime Text etc)
Also for quick import & export… this would be really great as well.
I saw it once somehow, but I don’t remember how and when, probably when I deactivated divi or something. Please add a Feature to allow to see the Text Code Version of the Divi-Builder-Code
What a great time saver for web design agencies 🙂
That’s a really awesome new feature. Looks like it will save designers a lot of time.
This is a great feature. Im curious with all the feature upgrades is Divi going to be doing quizes in the platform any times soon? Will Divi also be including more customizable optin forms?
My Client changed her mind about colours and borders yet again for the 5th time, you just saved me from having a nervous breakdown! Thank you XOX
Wow. So many cool new features keep coming. You are guys are continually raising the bar!
This is going to be a huge time saver!! 🙂
This is amazing! And I love the outlines so I have a great understanding of the spacing of my elements. Absolutely clutch!
Not that everything you’ve done so far was useless, but this is (in my opinion) one of the greatest update. That is awesome. Having to edit styles for many modules in a page is something one has to do on a very regular basis. This update makes the process much more visual and faster.
Seems like a cool feature, but I think I might only get to use this very rarely. When you’re working with child themes and you’re assigning classes to similar elements, you can already make sure that they are all getting updated at the same time. All it takes is a little understanding of CSS.
Hi, when releasing new features like this, can you please put somewhere obvious what version of Divi this is available from.
Today is 14th September, the day after you said that this is available, but not in my version – 3.14
I’ve not got any theme updates available, so fdo not know what the latest version is. Would just help so that I know if I need to update, wait or something else.