Prio

Description : This macro is to sort a prioritized To Do list, colors them based on priority and status. You need to select the To Do list to sort them. Indented sections are treated as one, and sorting will not harm them.

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Prio

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Author(s) : Omer Atay, Paranoira
Category : Sort
Last Updated : June 19, 2016
Requirements : OneNote 2010 or above
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Changelog :

June 19, 2016 (0BED8E) - Omer Atay
Automatically upgraded to the new Macro Language

These versions are no longer supported:

August 28, 2015 - Paranoira
Minor cleanup

August 27, 2015 - Paranoira
Initial version

Comments

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Omer Atay - 2017-06-29
Conrad1: Did you try "Sort by Tag" macro (https://getonetastic.com/macroland&id=C1C38D81EE574C79BE7251A6ACC433BC). Prio should also do the same in addition to coloring it. Not sure why it didn't work for you. If you can't get them to work, e-mail support@getonetastic.com and we can look into it.
conrad1 - 2017-06-28
Sorry, after playing with it further Sort Selected Todos doesn't actually sort by priority - first trial was a fluke - so I still don't have a macro that sorts by priority.  Hopefully we can figure out what it takes to get Prio to work for me.  Thanks!
conrad1 - 2017-06-28
Well as a work around it looks like Sort Selected Todos will accomplish the priority sort - I thought it would simply sort items checked as completed and nothing more, but sorts by priority as well.  Just what I was looking for!  Thanks!