In an effort to clean something up, we moved a wiki page using the Table of Contents. But now we're noticing the rest of the list is no longer sorting alphabetically. How do we go back to sorting alphabetically?
If the table of contents has been rearranged to a certain order, new items will get added to the end of the table of contents. Unfortunately there's not a way to continue to alphabetize once the TOC is in a custom order. For organization, I'd recommend using either parent/child page links or an actual wiki page acting as a TOC with page links.
Well then. So even if I put everything back in order (which I have - we moved 1 page, and now I've deleted it anyways), there's no way to tell the wiki to continue being alphabetical?
I'd really like to suggest there be a way to kick it back to alphabetical order because that just ridiculously messed up what we were doing. We were using the auto-sorting order for an acronym list. We just wanted to move the page that said "Looking for..." to the top of the list instead of having it down in the L's.
You can reset the order via the API (REST or in-process) by iterating through the wiki pages in the wiki and updating the Position property to 'null' on each. See the links below for more details: