as I wrote in another thread I had the problem that during 1P6->1P7 upgrade the attachments (photos, PDFs, ...) were deleted and put aside as separate files in the documents section. An architectural decision that is questionable, but it is like it is... Anyway:
Is there any way to tell the App (Mac or iOS) to "download all attachments at once and keep them local"? During syncing the App just would check whether there is an updated version of the attachment and, if so, download it again. Currently, I have to go into each and every item and download the attachments manually.
This is somewhat the same problem as I have with Apple's photos app on iPad/iPhone: I'd like to tell a specific album: "Download and keep all photos". But also Apple doesn't seem to provide a solution and relies on on-demand download that leads to the issue that for the first seconds of looking at a photo the photo appears unsharp and blurry.
Why is that bad? If I need the attachment in an environment without a (good) online connection, I'm lost. I really want to have everything on my device, instead of hoping that, once I need something, I'll have a sufficient connectivity.
Or do I miss something and I'm just blind to see the obvious?
1Password Version: 1P 7 on Mac / 7.4.2 on iPhone
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: macOS 10.14.6
Sync Type: Not Provided