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So far the team was aiming for doing something like this:

let batch_tx = subxt::dynamic::tx(
    "Utility",
    "batch",
    txes.iter().map(|tx| tx.into_value()).collect::<Vec<Value<_>>>(),
);
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  • There is an example of creating a dynamic transaction here - it is a multisig example but still helpful - it uses a nested call just like batch does.
    – Bruno
    Dec 8, 2022 at 17:02

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Something like this:

let tx = polkadot::tx()
         .utility()
         .batch(calls);

let hash = api.tx().sign_and_submit_default(&tx, &signer).await?;

println!("Extrinsic submitted: {}", hash);

Ok(())

where calls is a vec! of calls.

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