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Organizing a lookup by the times, as opposed to the name of the business

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Organizing a lookup by the times, as opposed to the name of the business

In the older versions, upon hiting 'create lookup', the lookups were organized by time, but the newest version only organizes by the name of the businesses, which is completely useless.

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Country: USA

Re: Organizing a lookup by the times, as opposed to the name of the business

Can this be fixed in any upcoming versions?

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Re: Organizing a lookup by the times, as opposed to the name of the business

Because you provided very little information I have to make a guess that you're referring to creating a lookup from the task list. If so that was an undocumented feature that simply happened with ACT! 3-6 and the later versions don't work that way. You would need to make a feature request for a future version.

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Re: Organizing a lookup by the times, as opposed to the name of the business

Sorting by the Company name is the default sort; once on the Contact List view, clicking any column heading will sort the list by that column.
Greg Martin
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Re: Organizing a lookup by the times, as opposed to the name of the business

If making a feature request is what must be done, that by all means, I'd like to make a feature request'. Please go back to how act used to organize a daily lookup, by TIME, not the ALPHABET.

 

Is this truly something that can be implemented in an upcomoig version? and if so, when?

 

Thanks

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Re: Organizing a lookup by the times, as opposed to the name of the business

Feature requests can be submitted through the Share Your Ideas forum.  Submitting an idea is no guarantee that it will be implemented.  The idea is tracked for interest (kudos) and comments by other Community members.  The more interest, the higher it is placed on the list for possible addition to the program.

Greg Martin
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