We have a lot of AMIs we’re using here. We have a bunch that run reports, some that do batch SG updates, and others that do custom stuff. Because we also use TK, we have so many menu options, all of our AMIs are grouped under a single folder. As far as I can tell, the order they are displayed in the menu is by id. This is awful as it means we get a list like this (convoluted example just for fun - the issue is still relevant):
Yes, we can solve this now by changing just having AMIs to having AMI Reports and AMI BatchUpdates. This is less ideal for us and still displays all of the menus in the submenu in id order which is messy.
I’d take alpha sorting.
I’d be happier with a sort order field on AMIs.
I’d be completely bonkers for sort order field and more than one level of subfolders .
Oh my god that’s embarrassing. Thank you @Missy_of_Science for not beating me over the head about that. I think I was searching for “sort” and didn’t even catch the “Order” field that right there in the docs.
At the risk of further embarrassment, I see in your second screenshot, you have 2 levels of folders in your AMI menu there Actions > cleanup > Cleanup local Path to Frames. Is that Actions menu automatically added? We don’t have that. If I specify a cleanup folder, it just shows as cleanup > Cleanup local Path to Frames.
As far as I’m concerned that depends on where you open the main menu and what you chose in Configure Menu Options. All our Items are included int he right-click menu and I usually use the Media Site, because all our AMIs restricted to Playlists, there I have an Action Menu. When I open the Menu on the Review Site, the Items are neatly sorted into that menu without the additional Action menu