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Rearrange feed order

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toroman
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Rearrange feed order

Will we ever be able to change the order of feeds within the feed ie feeds download episode 1,2,3 but playback is episode 3,2,1 There was an old podcatcher that would allow for "invert sort" to turn the order around,which worked very well but is old and outdated. These are the feeds i am talking about.
http://www.92kqrs.com/includes/xmlmaker/2/data.xml
http://feeds.feedburner.com/1500espn/podcast/garagelogic
I am aware of doing a user playlist to reorder the feeds but this seems to need to be done every day as they do not maintain the order set.Am i doing something wrong? if so please help.

eric
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Have you tried setting the

Have you tried setting the sort order on a dynamic playlist. That might do what you're looking for but you can't mix different orders in the same playlist that way.

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I'm having the same issue I

I'm having the same issue I believe. I download a daily podcast that comes in 5 to 6 parts. Problem is, part 1 is not always the oldest or first to show up on the feed. The parts are scattered. is there a way within the feed to sort the parts from 1 to 6? It's annoying when listening to Part 1 and then it jumps to Part 4 when it's finished and I have to go into the app and press part 2, etc, etc..

eric
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There really are only two

There really are only two ways to sort, either the date the publisher provides or the order that the publisher publishes the episodes. You can use either one of those by selecting the play order feed option to be either oldest first or default respectively.

Thanks for posting.

ChicagoPete
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Manual sort

You could create a user playlist and manually sort them in the order you need.