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  • David W. Lawrence
    I agree. Or provide an option to select the sort key.
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  • Anonymous
    agree entirely. that is the expected standard.
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  • Keith Weatherhead
    I agree entirely. As arranged at present, the order depends on whether the word "A" or "The" is in the title.
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  • Anonymous
    Yes! Sorting by date please.
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  • David W. Lawrence
    Is there any progress on this?
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  • Felix A. Ruiz
    I agree too. Please give us the option to sort them in reverse date order.
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  • Felix A. Ruiz
    I agree too. Please give us the option to sort them in reverse date order
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  • Anonymous
    There should be a choice of how to order: alphabetical, reverse date, by first author, by journal
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  • Jochen Laubrock
    Are you sure it is completed? Still does not work here; entries are sorted alphabetically by title (The only way I found around this was to import from another, proprietary system, where they were ordered correctly). Furthermore, after an initial import, all new publications end up at the bottom of the list. This makes a public profile web page almost useless.
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  • Patty A. Gray
    Mine are NOT sorted chronologically in any way - the order is random (and annoying!)
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  • andreas
    Publications should be in reverse date order not alphabetical order 237 votes Anonymous shared this idea · Oct 17, 2012 · Flag idea as inappropriate… completed · ORCID SupportAdminORCID Support (ORCID Support Team, ORCID) responded · Apr 17, 2013 The latest release of the ORCID Registry now lists publications in chronological order. The most recently published works are listed first and publications that do not have information in the date field are listed last in alphabetical order. If you are having trouble with the order of your publications please let us know at support@orcid.org. Yes, but how to add them into your system??????
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  • Anonymous
    This is not completed. Its is still very important.
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  • Alainna Wrigley

    Update: Note that if your works do not have a date included, then they will be sorted alphabetically by default.
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    The latest release of the ORCID Registry now lists publications in chronological order. The most recently published works are listed first and publications that do not have information in the date field are listed last in alphabetical order. If you are having trouble with the order of your publications please let us know at support@orcid.org.

    Best,
    -Catalina
    ORCID Support

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  • ORCID (APAC)
    This is complete: Works are listed by their published date by default, in reverse chronological order. If your works do not have a date included, then they will be sorted alphabetically by default.
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