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Second Life provides two easy methods to sort your inventory: alphabetically by name, and chronologically by date acquired.
 
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# Open the Inventory's '''Sort''' menu and choose '''By Date'''.
 
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{{KBnote| '''Note:''' You can create subfolders within your inventory to categorize and further sort your items.'''Note:''' You can open the '''File''' menu within Inventory and select '''New Window''' to create a second Inventory window for dragging items from one location to another.
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{{KBnote|''' You can create subfolders within your inventory to categorize and further sort your items.'''Note:''' You can open the '''File''' menu within Inventory and select '''New Window''' to create a second Inventory window for dragging items from one location to another.
 
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Revision as of 17:13, 6 October 2009

Second Life provides two easy methods to sort your inventory: alphabetically by name, and chronologically by date acquired.

Sort alphabetically

  1. Open your Inventory.
  2. Open the Inventory's Sort menu and choose By Name.

Sort chronologically

  1. Open your Inventory.
  2. Open the Inventory's Sort menu and choose By Date.
KBnote.png Note: You can create subfolders within your inventory to categorize and further sort your items.Note: You can open the File menu within Inventory and select New Window to create a second Inventory window for dragging items from one location to another.