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A drag and drop feature would be the most intuitive option. A user who is interested in moving an entire row to a new position would find it easy to just grab the row (usually indicated with the grid icon) and either drag it and have it drop after they release the mouse, or have the ui update as the they are dragging the row. Now the dragging of rows can ...


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I don't think this is an issue because more advanced data tables or sorted lists provide the type of features that indicate which column or data field the data is currently being sorted on (which by default would probably be the first column), or allow you to sort by multiple columns (using a priority list like Excel). This is in addition to features like ...


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