Jim: I cannot use Linkedin! It is blocked!
Tim: You can use friGate, it's a nice addon that will help you.
Jim: I've just installed it, and it works. Thank you for the good advice!
I wonder if this use of the is natural here. "Advice" is a noncount noun, so it cannot take a. I searched on Google Books and it looks like it can take the in "the good advice".
But will that mean "thank you for the good piece of advice", or will that mean generally "thank you for being so helpful with your advice" (which may consist of many discrete instances of "advice")?
Let me explain my request with an example: what if during the conversation several different pieces of advice were given, on wildly different matters? Would "Thank you for the good advice!" refer to them all, or only to the latest piece of advice in the conversation?