Sorting is the process of applying some order to a collection of items.

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Is it possible to sort your email in Gmail by something other than the date received?

I want to sort my email in Gmail by the sender, rather than the date received, is there a way to do this?
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Auto Sort Google Sheet with onEdit function

The following function successfully sorts my file (containing 3 sheets) individually. When I hit the "play" button on the script, it properly sorts (as expected) the current (active) sheet. Since my ...
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Sort Gmail by Date? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is it possible to sort your email in GMail by something other than the date received? Is there any way to sort Gmail by date in the web interface? The priority inbox is ...
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Sorting Unique rows by a related Sumif column in Google Spreadsheet

I am putting together a worksheet to keep track of expenses. I currently have the following source table called "Expenses": A B C D 1 Date Description ...
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Auto Sort data in Google sheet, but by sheet not range

I have found this script from this question to auto sort a column: How can I apply a script to only one specific sheet within a spreadsheet function onEdit(){ var sh0 = SpreadsheetApp....
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In Google Docs, how to make a column with several numbers in each cell sortable?

I am making an expenses spreadsheet in Google Docs and I need to list the numbers of the attachments for each entry. Sometimes this is just one number, sometimes it is several. I can make this ...
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Filter Google Spreadsheet Array Formula

I have a spreadsheet with 2 columns. B1 contains a custom function that returns an array that overflows to fill the column. I want to create a few filter views that each show all entries with 1 given ...
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How Many Ways To Sort in Google Spreadsheets

When I'm working in a Google Spreadsheet, I always use the same routine to perform a sort. Are there more ways to sort, that lead to Rome?