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Ability to sort by Last Updated and Newest


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Sometimes when I jump on the site, I'm looking to find out two things.

  1. What plugins are new since the last time I was here.
  2. What plugins were updated since the last time I was here. (Yes, I have the update checker, but some plugins I don't use and might use depending on their updates.)

It would be great if there was a sorting option under 'Sort By' after clicking on plugins that allowed for 'last updated' and 'last added' or 'newest', etc. 

Great site, thanks!

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Also, to elaborate, the front page is great. It already has what's new and what's updated. The problem is it includes everything. I'm typically only interested in plugins. Maybe that could be filterable as well. 

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Hey man.

Those sort filters exist although, admittedly, they could be named better.

Click the 'Plugins' tab on the main page to show plugins only.
'Recently Updated' is the default view but you can click Sort By > Start Date to order by when they were added.

I'll mention to @Death about changing 'Start Date' to the words 'Recently Added' or something more obvious.


There's no option to opt out of UpdatesChecker. If the plugin is on Codefling and the author uses conventional version numbering, increasing as they go,
UpdatesChecked should tell you.

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