Microsoft Edge let you Sort Collections by Name, Time & Recently Used

If you’re using Collections in Microsoft Edge, then there’s a new addition made by the company to make it more productive.

From the day, Microsoft added a Collections feature into Edge browser, it has received lots of updates which includes Show suggestions from Pinterest, Export Collections to OneNote, and even more.

Starting with Microsoft Edge Canary build 90.0.815.0, it is now possible for users to sort collections by Name, Time, and Recently used. Earlier, it was possible to sort items in the collections.

Sort Collections by Name, Time & Recently Used in Microsoft Edge

In case, you want to learn how options to sort collections in Microsoft Edge works, then here’s how you can use it:

Launch Microsoft Edge and then click on the Collections icon available on the toolbar.

Doing this will open the Collection flyout and you will get a list of all the saved collections. Here, click on the Ellipse (…) icon and you will get three new options: Sort by name, Sort by Date created, and Sort by recently used.

sort collections in microsoft edge

Depending on your requirement you can use particular sorting options.

Above the page list, there will be an arrow, using which you can sort them in ‘ascending‘ and ‘descending‘ order.

Similarly, you can sort Collections items in Edge with these three options. You need just need to open a particular collection and then click on the Ellipse (…) icon

sort collections items in microsoft edge

Doing this will open Sharing and more menu featuring various options including Sort by name, Sort by date created, Sort by recently used.

sort collection in edge via date and name

You will find that the pages have been sorted automatically.

Above the page list, there will be an arrow, using which you can sort them in ‘ascending‘ and ‘descending‘ order.

Sorting your workspace is the most important thing while working, right? Microsoft adding sorting settings to Collection feature in the Edge browser will help users in saving time and make their work more efficient.

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