The groups seem to be in order of when they were made, can they be alphabetized instead?
Whitney, this feature already exists. All you have to do is click on the word "title" at the top of the column and they get reordered. All the columns work that way.
Not in filter scroll bar for groups. I'm not talking about in any column, but the scroll bar where you have the option to filter your hubs through category, tag, group, or status.
Because when I pull up 'My Account' it gives me the message that I have lots of hubs, and does not show many any of them, but the option to search by filter or pull up all the hubs.
It's easier to search by filter, but sometimes it's time consuming to search by group because they're not in ABC order.
Not the hubs, but the actual group via the filter option by group. I realize you can alphabetize the hubs by clicking on the title at the top of the column, but that's not what I'm talking about.
The group filters will be alphabetized the next time we update the site. Thanks, Whitney.
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