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Help WIth Sorting Stored Buttons?

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Help WIth Sorting Stored Buttons?

I typically have well over 200 items saved with stored buttons and I add/delete items sometimes daily.  Manually searching through pages of buttons to find the ones I need to delete/update is VERY tedious with the current default sort of buttons by last date edited.  At one point I was told that the powers that be at PayPal were working on a sort feature, then later I was told not only are they NOT working on it but the request is not even in the queue.  The tech would not tell me how to make a formal request but he did say that it would only happen if 'enough people requested it" (he could not say how many is enough.

Could someone tell me how to formally make a feature request and please everyone make this request along with me.  It seems like a real no brainer to me.  Last date edited is probably the most useless default sort order.  Button name or item number would be MUCH more logical.

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Re: Help WIth Sorting Stored Buttons?

@VIPAdmin 

 

Maybe here:

https://www.paypal-community.com/t5/Ideas-for-Merchant-Technical/idb-p/mtsideas

 


Kudos & Solved are greatly appreciated. 🙂
Contributor

Re: Help WIth Sorting Stored Buttons?

I just made a request/suggestion.  Support for the request would greatly be appreciated.

https://www.paypal-community.com/t5/Ideas-for-Merchant-Technical/Sort-Stored-Buttons/idi-p/1830576#M...

Esteemed Advisor

Re: Help WIth Sorting Stored Buttons?

@VIPAdmin 

 

Cool!

 

In the meantime, on the Saved Buttons page, you can always use your browser's Find function to search what you put in the Item Description. Not better than having the buttons sortable but could keep from needing to scroll.


Kudos & Solved are greatly appreciated. 🙂
Contributor

Re: Help WIth Sorting Stored Buttons?

That is no good when I have several hundred buttons and they are all paginated.  Very little help at all and a bad cover up for an extremely poorly designed interface.