I'm unable to reproduce this issue on the latest version of Chrome and Firefox for desktop and Safari on mobile. What web browser are you using? Is this issue on mobile or desktop?
Hi. Thanks for looking into this, Matt.
For my part, I'm using the latest version of Chrome on a laptop running on Windows 10.
On the stats page, if I click "1 day" to reorder the list with highest number of views in descending or ascending order, it comes up apparently random. So, instead of seeing, say, "245, 220, 198, 145" for example, it'll show, "0, 587, 9, 3, 235, 56" etc. This happens when showing all hubs and filtered to specific niche sites.
The issue is ongoing. I'd love a solution to this as it's a very useful facility to be able to order hubs according to views so I can see what's working best.
This issue has been reported and the engineers are currently working on a fix.
Works fine on my end. Chrome latest version and desktop.
Guess it's my turn for this one. I'm using Chrome, Version 70.0.3538.67 (Official Build) (64-bit). Laptop. The only proper sort seems to be the "changed column, though I'm not positive it is either. And both the "status" and "featured" columns might be as well - I can't tell as all my hubs are the same in those two columns.
But everything else seems to be almost random, whether sorting up or down.
Actually it'd be more useful if stats remained sorted rather than continually going back to the default state after returning from a page edit/view. Currently they have to be re-sorted every time.
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