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Tatsu Documentation

Note** -  If you find the screenshots in this article not similar to tatsu interface in your site, it is likely that you are using an older version of the Plugin. You can refer the docs for old version of TATSU for Oshine and Exponent in that case. 

Multi Select Operations

Multiple selection feature in Tatsu lets you select multiple modules in a single click. You can select multiple modules simultaneously and can perform the Edit , Delete and Duplicate operations on the selected modules at the same time. To select/de-select hold the CMD ( or Ctrl ) key on the Keyboard and click on the corresponding module.

Multi Select and Edit
  • Click on any module of your choice in the Right side panel
  • Hold the CMD (or Crtl) key on your keyboard and click on another module of the same kind. You will notice that all the modules are getting selected.
  • Edit the settings on the Left panel. Changes made be applied on all the selected modules
Multi Select and Delete
  • Click on any module of your choice in the Right side panel
  • Hold the CMD (or Crtl) key on your keyboard and click on another module. You will notice that all the modules are getting selected. You can select Modules of different kind and delete using this options.
  • Click on the DELETE icon in the Left panel to delete all the selected Modules
Multi Select and Duplicate
  • Click on any module of your choice in the Right side panel

  • Hold the CMD (or Crtl) key on your keyboard and click on another module. You will notice that all the modules are getting selected. You can select Modules of different kind and Duplicate using this options.

  • Click on the DUPLICATE icon in the Left panel to duplicate all the selected Modules

ALT + Drag Drop to Duplicate

Follow the steps below to preform this operation. This option can be applied on Multi-selected Modules as well.

  • Click on any module of your choice in the Right side panel
  • Hold on ALT key on your keyboard , Drag the module(s) and Drop them in the target container.
  • You will notice that the selected module(s) is duplicated and dropped in the respective target.