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You could introduce some way to set a specific priority (an icon, double clicking the existing priority column, etc). If I need to move from 345 to 13, I double click the 345 and type 13, hit enter and that row zips up to position 13 (former 13->14, 14->15, etc). I would likely combine multiple solutions. Click and Type is good for setting a specific ...
Drag and drop is more convenient and can move multiple rows Many arrange 10-20k is a lot of manual
This might not apply to your case but... Depending on the complexity of the form, I'd suggest maintaining a fixed bar (top/bottom but visible) with the possibility of navigating directly to the desired step whenever needed. Please note that for this approach to be user friendly, the user shouldn't see this as 'jumping back a step' but more 'alternating ...
I don't think there is a particular name for it. It's still auto-suggestion or auto-completion except its relevance is localised to the immediate context (typically single words) rather than affecting the entire phrase. This type of feature might have additional smart behaviours for the specific context and be given a marketing name, like some kind of ...
I am no Brad Frost, but I came up with my own way of communicating this type of information to stakeholders and clients in a more direct and simple method that I called "Design Experience Language" There are basically three abstract components that you design around: View - where something is Content - what you see Trigger - how you interact with it ...
For what its worth...I just played around with something similar... ...green line means the stuff under it doesnt appear until you click the stuff on top of it.
Right now, it's standard practice for web applications to be online-only. If you're going this route, you'll probably be fine. In the coming years I doubt that will remain true. Take a look at Service Workers, especially Google's implementation with Polymer: https://elements.polymer-project.org/elements/platinum-sw.
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