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Add Sort ability to column headers in the different Community Topic Sections / Add filter

I would like to see some way to limit the amount of scrolling through posts.

The "Options" menu allows us to set posts to a certain status, but there is no way to sort the existing posts other than by date. So, there is alot of scrolling to find new or different types of posts because all the posts will still show.

1) If there was a different "Filter" selector we could choose to "See only New", "See Only Solved", "See only Un-Solved" etc.

Or alternatively,

2) adding sort functionality to the column headers would bring to the top posts of most interest. (the limitation here is that you are restricted to the column headers for "filtering" the posts.(image cuts off other columns, but you get the point).

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MiguelMartinez
Microsoft
Microsoft

Same as before @Seth_C_Bauer. Figuring out the option for having something like this with our support folks.

Thanks!

Data for Everyone! We mean it

Hello!  if it's possible, of course :), i believe it's neccesary an filter for the events section too.  For example, i need know what events are on-line but i can't filter this. Though the label is a filter, someone might forget to add the label or might write different label and this is a trouble.

 

Thanks

 

Fabiola

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