I already wrote about a cool quality-of-life upgrade to your Archive about two weeks ago, but — as always — we're not stopping there.

We have just rolled out another update that now lets our users SORT articles inside the Archive by either article title or by article time.

As an additional UX goodie, we've made sure that when you want your articles sorted by title, the default order is "ascending", meaning you will see your articles ordered alphabetically.

And when you want your articles sorted by time, the default order will be "descending", meaning you will see your most recent articles at the top of the list.

These are just sensible defaults that make our users' lives easier. Little tweaks where we put in the extra thought required to make things work in an intuitive way.

When you're sorting your Archive by article title, of course it makes sense to expect your articles to be ordered alphabetically — and when you click on the time column, you most likely want to see your most recent articles first.

Now, of course it's also extremely easy to reverse the sort order if you need that, too. Simply click the name of the column again. Goes without saying. 😃

Enjoy the update — it's already live inside your account.

Published on: April 4th, 2022

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