Hi, thanks for checking my wish list and questions. I would like to start by saying that GSA is the best.
Could it be possible to set the time for when to send the level links? For example, I would like to time it for an hour or two to not send second levels to the deleted links.
For proxy modules, could it be possible to establish a constant test state? Mainly for scraped and scanned proxies in ports to ensure there is a ready group of proven new proxies to be used?
To delete emails, can we set the time before a day, also for hours?
For Proxy Scanner, could we also label the source? Some tools work better with different sources of power and mixing them is a pain. When I configure the output files, I can only label them to pass.
When removing duplicate URLs. I see we can choose what folders to do. Could we have the option to eliminate duplicates in all the folders? There could be a priority for which folder is left with the dupe and which ones will lose it.
When working with tools and folders, could it be possible to combine folders from outside the id / view / sub / fail folders? I see in the tools that we can move and merge id / see / sub / fail from SER but it is not possible to merge with External Lists.
When a project is running, and is configured to publish only in a certain country, but identifies a suitable platform from the wrong country … is it still saved in the folder identified for later?
Within a project, we can choose which countries to publish, could we have it so that we can configure the country only for certain individual engines within the project?
Could we configure projects to read the URLs of a single txt file instead of getting the URLs of the search or system folders? Something like when we right click on the URLs in the project. My idea is that I could configure my scraper to place URL txt files in a folder and SER would be able to grab them, bring them as if they would have been searched to be solved. And then with the option to BE delete the file after reading it (or keep it, I guess also).
I'd better stop there, I have many other things to ask, but I think I'm starting to go too far, haha.
Thank you for reading.