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Sort stored routes

Anonymous 4 years ago updated by roy carpenter 4 years ago 2

Would like ability to sort and set sort order of stored routes by either departure or arrival airports. If this feature is now available, I can't find it. When one has a long list of routes it is time consuming to locate the desired route to load.

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Thanks for the suggestion. Currently, you can sort the stored routes based on name, departure time and aircraft.

By default, only the name and departure time columns are displayed but you can add the aircraft column by selecting the small down arrow that is on the far right of each column header (see screenshot below). This will allow you to choose a sort order and select additional columns to display. Also, simply clicking a column header will toggle between ascending and descending sort order without needing to click the small down arrow.

Depending on how you name your routes, you could then sort based on departure or destination by sorting on the name of the route.

We can look into adding departure and destination as separate fields in a future release.


Answer
Under review

Thanks for the suggestion. Currently, you can sort the stored routes based on name, departure time and aircraft.

By default, only the name and departure time columns are displayed but you can add the aircraft column by selecting the small down arrow that is on the far right of each column header (see screenshot below). This will allow you to choose a sort order and select additional columns to display. Also, simply clicking a column header will toggle between ascending and descending sort order without needing to click the small down arrow.

Depending on how you name your routes, you could then sort based on departure or destination by sorting on the name of the route.

We can look into adding departure and destination as separate fields in a future release.


Thanks Eric. Since that small arrow does not appear until the mouse hovers over the column title it escaped my search. This helps a lot.