I am unable to use the “Remove Group” command to delete the contents of a box in Sorter. Also, I cannot overwrite an existing group in a box as the default seems to be to make a subsequently dragged in group become a sub-folder of the prior group. The result is that if I make an error in deciding which group I want to put in a certain box, I cannot undo it.
Since the names of the folders can be changed in the Sorter, how about adding a quick tip that will display the corresponding name of the database of the folder the cursor is over? I can’t keep track of which database each of those folders name Inbox goes with. This has caused me to mis-sort things, and it often takes a fair bit of time to located the missing items (that is, if I remember to look for them).
I’m puzzled. The containers I have in my sorter all renamed themselves simply Inbox, and no tooltips appear when I hover over the name. I can’t find any commands to rename containers within the sorter.
Therefore, my problem is that I don’t know where an item will end up when I drag it into the sorter, unless I go for the top one which I have remembered is the global inbox. As others have pointed out, that makes the sorter of doubtful use, because, without tagging on dragging, you end up with a load of undifferentiated items in the global inbox.
So now I’m wondering whether I should be asking for a new feature or troubleshoot a bug…or if I’ve just misunderstood something?