As I am writing, this question is sitting at 4 reopen votes. Normally, I would just let community moderation work things out (which will probably happen here), but reopen reviews from some users have caused me to question my own perspective on the question. To be clear, I do not mean to call anyone out, or even to say that voting to reopen is wrong. I want to put forward this discussion so that users on either side have a place to offer a more detailed perspective about the state of the question.
The question is brief, so I will reproduce it in its entirety:
Any time you get advantage on target you roll 2 dice and keep the better roll the opposite for Disadvantage, I get that. How does this effect attacks if you have multiple attacks like from fighters/rangers/monks/warlocks (thirsting blade, eldritch blast), sorcerers (quicken, twin metamagic attack spells), etc? Is advantage only reserved for the initial attack and not any after that?
I initially voted to close, leaving the comment:
It’s going to depend on the feature giving you advantage. Voting to close “needs details” - which advantage feature is confusing you?
My reasoning here is that the number of features and circumstances that give advantage are numerous, and they will work differently based on how they are worded. Therefore, we cannot actually answer OP's question at all, except to say "it depends on the feature or circumstance", which doesn't actually equip OP to understand any individual feature or circumstance they may be using at the table.
Is this question okay to be open in its current state, or should we wait for clarification from the author about the particular feature and/or circumstance that they are using, so as to offer a more constructive answer that can be applied at the table?