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I admit I am anal about organization, and have developed a nomenclature for all my play lists. Now they apparently sort based on the recent usage, not how I want to show.

Is there any way to go back to the way I like - in other words, in my case, alphabetical and then by the play list number. For example - Aqua 1, Aqua 2, etc. My play lists are currently all over the place.

  • Welcome to Ask Different. Could you edit a little into the post? iTunes runs on many OS, and there are lots of versions of the program. Maybe a screen shot of what is wrong uploaded is a quick way to get someone to dig into your issue. – bmike Jan 25 '16 at 20:12
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The question isn't about track order. It is specifically referring to playlist order in the left column of playlist view.

Yes, this is a bug with the current iTunes (12.3.2). When clicking on a playlist it tends to jump to the bottom of the folder list rather than staying alphabetically organized. Hopefully this will get fixed with the next update. But I am running El Capitan Beta 10.11.4 and it has not been fixed yet. I've submitted multiple bug reports.

Quitting and restarting iTunes temporarily fixes the issue.

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Open the iTunes list of items, then click on the name column. This will sort tracks by alphabetical/ reverse alphabetical order.

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