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 By default, the work list is sorted by names arranged in direct alphabetical order. The order can be reversed. To do this, use the switch button {{:​icons:​az.png?​nolink}} or {{:​icons:​za.png?​nolink}} in the header. By default, the work list is sorted by names arranged in direct alphabetical order. The order can be reversed. To do this, use the switch button {{:​icons:​az.png?​nolink}} or {{:​icons:​za.png?​nolink}} in the header.
  
-Besides, it is possible to sort units by other attributes such as motion state, connection quality, etc. To do this, click the corresponding button ​in the header:+Besides, it is possible to sort units by other attributes such as motion state, connection quality, etc. To do this, use the buttons ​in the header:
  
   * {{:​icons:​sensor-state.png?​nolink}} — sensor state; ​   * {{:​icons:​sensor-state.png?​nolink}} — sensor state; ​
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   * {{:​icons:​trailer.png?​nolink}} — trailer information.   * {{:​icons:​trailer.png?​nolink}} — trailer information.
  
-For instance, to sort units by the motion state, use the corresponding ​button {{:​icons:​state.png?​nolink}}. The list is rearranged in such a way that all the moving units appear at the top of the list, and those that are not moving appear at the bottom. To reverse the motion state order of units, click the button again.+For instance, to sort units by the motion state, use the button {{:​icons:​state.png?​nolink}}. The list is rearranged in such a way that all the moving units appear at the top of the list, and those that are not moving appear at the bottom. To reverse the motion state order of units, click on the button again.
  
 The presence or absence of certain columns is adjustable in the //​[[user/​monitor/​icons|Monitoring Panel Customizer]]//​. The presence or absence of certain columns is adjustable in the //​[[user/​monitor/​icons|Monitoring Panel Customizer]]//​.
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 In this mode, work list units are displayed in groups. Next to the name of the group in parenthesis you can find the number of units included in it. To view the units in the group or the current information on them, expand the group (//+// in front of the group name). Any group unit can be removed from the work list (though it is not removed from the group itself). In this mode, work list units are displayed in groups. Next to the name of the group in parenthesis you can find the number of units included in it. To view the units in the group or the current information on them, expand the group (//+// in front of the group name). Any group unit can be removed from the work list (though it is not removed from the group itself).
  
-To add all groups currently not presented in the worklist, click the //Add all available// button {{:​icons:​add-all.png?​nolink}}. At the same time, if the list was empty, the groups are added with all the units included in them. If the group has already been present in the worklist, the list of its units remains unchanged.+To add all groups currently not presented in the worklist, click on the //Add all available// button ​({{:​icons:​add-all.png?​nolink}}). At the same time, if the list was empty, the groups are added with all the units included in them. If the group has already been present in the worklist, the list of its units remains unchanged.
  
 When you add units that are not included in any group, they are automatically placed in the //Units outside groups// {{:​icons:​fake_group.png?​nolink}} group. Such a group cannot be edited, although it has many characteristics typical of an ordinary unit group. When you add units that are not included in any group, they are automatically placed in the //Units outside groups// {{:​icons:​fake_group.png?​nolink}} group. Such a group cannot be edited, although it has many characteristics typical of an ordinary unit group.
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 ===== Search Tool =====  ===== Search Tool ===== 
  
-There is a convenient tool for finding units and adding them to the work list. To open the unit search dialog, click the //Add to the list// button {{:​icons:​add-units.png?​nolink}} in the worklist header. ​+There is a convenient tool for finding units and adding them to the work list. To open the unit search dialog, click on the //Add to the list// button ​({{:​icons:​add-units.png?​nolink}}in the worklist header. ​
  
 Unit search dialog displays all the available groups (in square brackets) and units in alphabetical order. To add units or unit groups, double-click on them. If the simple list mode has been activated, then single units (one or more) are added to the work list even if you double-click on a group. Unit search dialog displays all the available groups (in square brackets) and units in alphabetical order. To add units or unit groups, double-click on them. If the simple list mode has been activated, then single units (one or more) are added to the work list even if you double-click on a group.
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