Is there an easy way to get the BBOX of the currently selected vector features in QGIS?
I've seen How to quickly calculate bounding box coordinates of a selected polygon with QGIS but it does not solve the problem if multiple features are selected.
I'm asking if QGIS has an out-of-the-box feature to do this. I don't want to use the Python console, and I don't want to create a new layer just to get this information.
If it is not possible I'll just open a feature request.