Can tags list be organized alphabetically?

When I edit a transaction to add tags to it, I am greeted with a list of checkboxes that are not alphabetical - they are listed in the order I added them.  As I'm always adding new tags, this is not ideal - I have to hunt & peck for them each time.  Is there anything I can do  to changes this?


Hello hlm2home,

I'm sorry but Mint does not offer tags to be sorted alphabetically. I'm not sure why zev would see his as so, unless he deleted and readded them all in alphabetical order. My own tags are not in alphabetical order.

Thank you for your question,
Mint Maggie

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