How can I sort the terms in a URL (inner table)?

Depending on how you want to sort, click on a top "Sorting" drop-down or inner column title.

• Clicking an inner table's column title will sort the term rows by it.

• Clicking "Sorting" drop-down above the data table, then click the column name under "Term Tables Ordered By", will sort all inner tables accordingly.

You can also set a default sorting order in the "PRT Settings" menu at the left. Rankings -> Terms Order By

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