I read here that it’s on your roadmap, which is great, just a friendly reminder that there is pent-up demand for it. You guys get it and no one else seems to, which is precisely why I hope this happens in the near rather than distant future. When I imagine what Panels for MacOS might look like, I imagine an interface essentially the same as iOS Panels, but with the ability to toggle individual stacks (or files too) on or off to indicate that they should be added or removed from one’s iOS device. There would be a prominent “Sync” button. Like the old iTunes was for the old iPod.
Sure, the app would be useful to those who read on their computer, but for people who read on the go with their phones and for iPad people especially (for whom it’s the primary/only reader device) it would be a godsend of a hub for deciding what they want on-device to read in the near term. Using the finder for that is tedious and difficult, no matter how well organized you are because of the lack of cover art. Everything has to be quick-looked. (assigning Simple Comic to cbz/cbr files used to provide cover art finder icons, but that stopped awhile back (at least for me).
Hoping it happens soon,
Highest regards, Joe