Sortable/Alphabetical Project List

The project list in the Builds and Workflows tabs isn't sortable, and just seems to be in random order. There is an option to go to Recent view, but in the By Project view there is no way to sort. I would really like the ability to sort these lists by name, or at the very least see the projects in alphabetical order since we have nearly 40 projects and it is hard to find things in the list. 

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    Kate Catlin commented
    22 Jun 22:30

    Hi all,

    The Projects list on the Pipelines (dashboard) page of the new UI is now alphabatized and you can now search it by typing. Thanks for your feedback!

    Kate Catlin

    Senior Product Manager, CircleCI

  • Pedro Tonini commented
    August 29, 2019 14:51

    This has been on the roadmap for a year and a half already. Any news?

  • Philip Winston commented
    May 23, 2019 11:28

    It'd be nice if they were sorted and/or let us drag them into the order we want.

  • Nick Raymond commented
    May 20, 2019 13:41

    Not only the Jobs & Workflows, but also on the Add Project page as well. It's painful to have to add groups of projects if we have to look through hundreds of repos or search each by name. Please add the ability to alphabetize the Add Projects list as well.

  • Guest commented
    May 14, 2019 16:36

    I understand this is on a roadmap, but I would prefer to not have to wait for a redesign just to make this list of a lot of projects usable.

  • Sherman Yang commented
    April 05, 2019 18:11

    I think should open all columns, information with a sortable table. most of CircelCI users are DevOps, we need sort not just for project name, we need all columns can be sort. eg, Project name, version/tag/branch, success rate, failure rate, time spend on compile, deploy, Total(compile+deploy), user, etc. I don't need some fancy chart, the chart is useless. a sortable HTML table is the best. or can have JSON result for CLI. 

  • Cheng Guo commented
    March 12, 2019 20:45

    my team and I are very interested in seeing this happen as well. :) 

  • Erin Dunlap commented
    October 11, 2018 18:10

    Intuit is also requesting an alphabetical project list due to the inability to easily find a project quickly.

  • Nathan Dintenfass commented
    June 18, 2018 16:35

    I updated this to "Planned" -- we are doing some redesign of the Projects list now.

  • Guest commented
    June 18, 2018 13:08

    Yes! The job listing view is insufficient for browsing all projects, or seeing a single dashboard of the master build for each project in an org.