I think I found an incident in which data for the occupant of a building is associated with the next door building. If I verify this, how do I move data from the wrong building to the correct building?

Also, there is a building with data for a dental office. But, the building has two tenants: The dentist and a management company. I'd like to move the dentist's data to a POI as a tenant of the building, and then add the data for the management company, also as a tenant.

I can obviously copy item-by-item, attribute name and value, for each item. But, is there an easier way to do that?

asked 24 Aug '19, 01:35

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Hi @Jogger2,

If you're using JOSM to edit OSM, you can use ctrl+C to copy attributes and then ctrl+Shift+V to paste them to another object. If you want to copy all tags select the first object and then do a ctrl+C. If you're copying only some tags, you can select them in the tags/memberships panel before doing a ctrl+C.

If you're using iD (the default browser editor), I don't know if there's a quicker way but I would switch to text mode attribute editor (next to "All tags" you have 2 buttons "list" and "text") and copy&paste the tags I want.

Have a nice week-end.

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answered 24 Aug '19, 05:40

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