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Why is Organize so "Disorganized"?
09-25-2012, 01:28 PM
Post: #1
Why is Organize so "Disorganized"?
One confusion with organize is why when I open my "All Items" folder that there seems to be no rationale as to the organization of the cards listed. My first card listed might be a 2002 Topps baseball card while the next one is from 1989. Everything is seemingly "unorganized" in organize. On the older site, it worked from oldest card to newest with cards also alphabetically organized via brand. I've noticed this too when I search for a specific player. In searching for my Barry Bonds cards, the first listed will be from 1994 and then a 1988 and then a 2001. This makes it incredibly difficult to search quickly. Am I missing some easy way to fix this or is this something that needs to be corrected? Thanks.
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09-25-2012, 03:01 PM
Post: #2
RE: Why is Organize so "Disorganized"?
I am on board with you on this one. It would be amazing to have that feature back into play, but the updates are a slow process. I know it's difficult, but all we can do is hang on and hope for the best. Hopefully soon!

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09-25-2012, 08:59 PM
Post: #3
RE: Why is Organize so "Disorganized"?
2 things you can do:

one:
create a new folder...call it whatever you want ("all items sortable")
go to all items folder, select the collection, then add it to the new folder

boom: everything is in order

two: sort by manually changing the web address

this is the way to do it by price. however, the same idea can be used to change it by description

ort Prices High to Low:

All Items:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=0]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=0&c_0sortname=price_high&c_0sortorder=desc]

Recently Traded:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000001]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000001&c_3000001sortname=price_high&c_3000001sortorder=desc]

Recebtly Added:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000000]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000000&c_3000000sortname=price_high&c_3000000sortorder=desc]

Trash:

[http: //www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000002]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000002&c_3000002sortname=price_high&c_3000002sortorder=desc]

Ignore the brackets, they are just there to disable the command.


Each collection has a code number.
For All Items it is 0
For recently added it is 3000000
For recently traded it is 3000001
For trash it is 3000002

Each collection is assigned a different number. It is found in the command line at the top of the page.

Copy and paste this portion onto the end of the command line.

&c_3456789sortname=price_high&c_3456789sortorder=desc

And then change the two numbers to match the number in the beginning of the command line.

&c_3456789sortname=price_high&c_3456789sortorder=desc

And then press enter and it will sort the prices high to low.

(08-06-2014 11:33 AM)jaykayzee Wrote:  Don't confuse "not valuable" with "not collectible".
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09-26-2012, 05:18 AM (This post was last modified: 09-26-2012 05:19 AM by rayeates.)
Post: #4
RE: Why is Organize so "Disorganized"?
You are really pimping this off! Good stuff, man! Haha! I have not tried this one myself, but it is a great idea. Thanks for posting it again!

Randi


(09-25-2012 08:59 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote:  2 things you can do:

one:
create a new folder...call it whatever you want ("all items sortable")
go to all items folder, select the collection, then add it to the new folder

boom: everything is in order

two: sort by manually changing the web address

this is the way to do it by price. however, the same idea can be used to change it by description

ort Prices High to Low:

All Items:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=0]


Ignore the brackets, they are just there to disable the command.


And then press enter and it will sort the prices high to low.

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09-26-2012, 07:50 AM
Post: #5
RE: Why is Organize so "Disorganized"?
(09-25-2012 08:59 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote:  2 things you can do:

one:
create a new folder...call it whatever you want ("all items sortable")
go to all items folder, select the collection, then add it to the new folder

boom: everything is in order

two: sort by manually changing the web address

this is the way to do it by price. however, the same idea can be used to change it by description

ort Prices High to Low:

All Items:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=0]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=0&c_0sortname=price_high&c_0sortorder=desc]

Recently Traded:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000001]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000001&c_3000001sortname=price_high&c_3000001sortorder=desc]

Recebtly Added:

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000000]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000000&c_3000000sortname=price_high&c_3000000sortorder=desc]

Trash:

[http: //www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000002]

sorted

[http://www.beckett.com/organize/#c=3000002&c_3000002sortname=price_high&c_3000002sortorder=desc]

Ignore the brackets, they are just there to disable the command.


Each collection has a code number.
For All Items it is 0
For recently added it is 3000000
For recently traded it is 3000001
For trash it is 3000002

Each collection is assigned a different number. It is found in the command line at the top of the page.

Copy and paste this portion onto the end of the command line.

&c_3456789sortname=price_high&c_3456789sortorder=desc

And then change the two numbers to match the number in the beginning of the command line.

&c_3456789sortname=price_high&c_3456789sortorder=desc

And then press enter and it will sort the prices high to low.

Back at it again... Didn't even try changing it a little bit to make it look like you might have figured this out.
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09-26-2012, 09:00 AM
Post: #6
RE: Why is Organize so "Disorganized"?
(09-26-2012 07:50 AM)ktcardshop Wrote:  Back at it again... Didn't even try changing it a little bit to make it look like you might have figured this out.

listen you old bleeping geezer: ive NEVER tried taking credit for it. some random dude with 6 posts came up with the solution. i dont try to claim i have "copyrights" to it, like you have

so go do something sexually impossible to yourself, and stop humping my leg

(08-06-2014 11:33 AM)jaykayzee Wrote:  Don't confuse "not valuable" with "not collectible".
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10-06-2012, 01:06 PM
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RE: Why is Organize so "Disorganized"?
WOW!!!!
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