There are plenty of times in life that you’ll want to create an alphabetised list. A guest list at a party, for instance, is a lot easier to navigate at the door if everyone is listed in alphabetic order.
If that list is in Google Docs, then organising that list can be done in just a few seconds with the Google doc add-on “Sorted Paragraphs.”
To use the add-on, you’ll want tools into your Google account and then select the doc you want to alphabetise. From there, click the word “Add-ons” from the taskbar at the top of the screen and then select “Get Add-ons.”
When a popup window appears, search for “Sorted Paragraphs” using the search bar at the top right side of the page. Click the button that says “Free” beside the Sorted Paragraphs add-on to add it to your account.
Once you have it installed, you’ll be able to sort lists or paragraphs by A-Z or Z-A by highlighting the paragraphs you’d like to have sorted and then clicking “Add-ons.” Select “Sorted Paragraphs” from the dropdown menu and then decide whether you want that sorting to be A-Z or Z to A.