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I know the trick/workaround : showing the first list on a Map then selecting another list on another tab then from the map adding one by one those i want to add to the second list.

In fact i would like to select a quite significant number of cache from one list and copy to another list. Is it easily possible like it is feasible in c:geo?

If not possible, would be a request to have such possibility to manage caches

in Support and help by Pepegeo (9.6k points)

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I'm not sure about c:geo but on the website you can create a copy of a list in it's entirety by going into the list. I have done this a couple of times and just deleted out the caches I didn't want from the new list. It's not great, but it works.
by BFMC (3.6k points)
I know that, but not feasible repeatedly or with a great number of caches. (hundreds). Thanks for the feedback
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create bookmark list for what you want to copy (1000cache in each max)

Select your GPX, show it at screen as list
select all or reduce to the not found, show all on one screen (you may select in bottom of screen 1000 it's easier for next step) select all

export to a bookmark lists (1000 max in each) predefined.

Create your new GPX,

import from Bookmark lists
by Pepegeo (9.6k points)