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QGIS has a Package Layers function that saves layers into a single geopackage file, which might suit your needs. A geopackage is very similar to a file geodatabase. QGIS and OS versions. QGIS version 3.4.11-Madeira; macOS 10.14.6; Additional context. I'm not sure if this issue is FileGeodatabase specific, but I do not have this issue if I convert the GDB to a GeoPackage with the "Force Multi" option. You don't need a plug-in to read GDB data in QGIS but you can't edit them without a bit more work that I've never had to do. Geopackages are native in QGIS 3. They are a SQLite based format like SpatiaLite but based on OGC standards and without the overhead of all the spatial functions.