If you want to propose a change to an existing structure (like villages), or add something brand new in a current dimension or biome, this is the place.

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.mcstructure file type (BEDROCK)

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    Yeah structure blocks should also be able to load in-game structures like the java version

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    I agree. You should be able to move builds from one world to another.

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    Yes, I just found a neat building, and I have the .glb file, so I feel that Minecraft should be able to import it.

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    a good idea :). So we can’t waste time building buildings that we’ve already built

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    But I dont see any file like structures in mcpe(pocket edition) how the heck can I fix this? Is there any way to export my structures without mods/addons? If no plzz specify that this only works in pc edition. That was my comment on this. Thank you

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    Only if they add this to 1.17 (and there is no structure file in mcpe currently)

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    you USED to be able to use the export button to make an .mcstructure file, which could be placed in a resource pack easily and loaded onto any world that had it applied, but people were complaining that it couldn't be used on other 3d programs so they changed it to only export to .glb to work with their structure website, which is discontinued making the .glb file obsolete, except to a few other 3d services. You can get a converter for .mcstructure to .glb but not the other way around, so the .glb is practically useless. They should change it back to .mcstructure or at least have the option to do either one. OR they could change it to match java where structures that are saved are loaded into the world folder, instead of unusably hidden in the compiled world file itself. this post has a decent amount of votes so far and is the only one that adresses this issue. IF YOU KNOW ANYONE THAT YOU CAN CONVINCE TO VOTE FOR THIS PLEASE DO!!