Unexpected order of notes and can’t re-order

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notes
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#1

What I did: Created a note earlier today. Created a new note attached to the meeting I’m attending. Due to the order, attempted to reorder notes.

What happened: The new note was sorted below the note created earlier today. When I attempted to reorder, the “will remove date” dialog appeared.

What I expected: Notes to sort by creation time if they are not linked to a calendar event

Things that might be helpful to know (Agenda version, OS and model, etc): Agenda iOS, current, iPad Pro


#2

Hi Steve,

Notes that don’t have a date associated can be moved to any position in the document that you want. If a note has a date however, we insist on an order that is consistent with the overall sort order of the document (i.e. if it sorts newer notes first, you can’t move yesterday’s note before today). You can flip the overall sort order by clicking or tapping the header at the top of a project:

Hope that makes sense?


#3

It makes sense, but I’m not sure it reflects what I’m seeing. I have a note that is connected to today, but not to a meeting. I wrote it first thing this morning.

I have another note that I wrote later that is connected to a meeting. It is ordered below the previous one. I expect it to be the other order. Thoughts?


#4

When you don’t link to a specific event but to the entire day it sorts later than the meeting because the day hasn’t finished yet, and as such ends later than the meeting (we can’t know if you’re still working on it or finished the note already and won’t touch it anymore).

One thing we might still approve upon is allowing to manually reorder the meeting to be first, I can see how that would not be a strict violation of sort order. The same goes with single day notes manually sorted to a different position compared to a note with a day range that includes the single day. That’s still on my list to look at.


#5

Ah! I see! Because you don’t know whether or not I’ve finished it. However, what if the sort order was based on last edit time? That would put it where I’d like it without the requirements for a manual resort. Also, it would auto-sort if I edit it, again, and that’s what I would expect. Seems worth consideration?


#6

More sort options is indeed something we’d like to look into.