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Well, if you can only change wording, your options are a bit limited, so I'd suggest you clearly define the sorting method. Kind of what you suggest, like "Most Popular", "Highest Rated", "Most Commented" and such. And obviously including the opposite options as well. Sadly, if you can't use any tool to do a choice, you need to include all available ...


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Don't repeat the labels - use the up and down icons along with it: Assuming you are sorting some data - I will suggest you use a table with sort options as: If you are not sorting the data loaded in table, you can always use just the header of the table with sorting options which will appear & disappear after clicking on some element. These ...


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There's a bit of difference in the problems they're there to solve. Find As another responder has already said, search-within-document (ctrl-F) is typically referred to as "find". This is usually used where you know (or suspect) that the exact text you're looking for is in the document, and wish to confirm it's presence and locate it. You're looking ...


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Search is different in these contexts, because in an editor, the user has created the content, knows it well, and finds it easiest to locate a piece by viewing results in the order they occur. You may notice in some document viewers (e.g. PDF, rather than editors) where the user is reading someone else's content and is less familiar, the trend may be ...


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I'd recommend against using a table in this instance. First, it's a mobile version which makes the horizontal space restrictive: there'll be lots of wrapping occurring inside the cells. Second, it seems like comparison of tasks (rows) is not your main goal so it's not necessary to make it all that compact. I'd suggest you use a list of cards, each ...


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You just need to communicate to the user which sort is in place when the sort is triggered, e.g. if it is "Sort by date" then display this text above the table, e.g. show the text "Sorting by date".



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