In wiki markup, how do I sort a column alphabetically?

I have 3 columns and would like to sort each column alphabetically.

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Hi there!

While editing content in Confluence, click on Insert -> Wiki Markup.

Then you can type the following code as an example of a sortable table with 3 columns:

{table-plus:sortIcon=true}
|| Name  || Age  || ID  ||
| Mark | 20 | 400 |
| John | 41 | 100 |
| Anna | 19 | 300 |
| Gary | 12 | 200 |
{table-plus}

Modify the attributes and data as you wish.

Cheers :)

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Thanks for your response. My 3 columns do not have headings. It's basically a list of 100 application names separated into 3 columns....no headings.

Name 1 Name 2 Name 3

Name 4 Name 5 Name 5 etc..

how do I sort these columns.

thanks!

I've got nothing right now. Considering your situation, I would modify the code to this:

{table-plus:sortIcon=true}
| | | |
| Mark | 20 | 400 |
| John | 41 | 100 |
| Anna | 19 | 300 |
| Gary | 12 | 200 |
{table-plus}

Will do some research and come back to you if I come up with something better.

Cheers!

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