Task and proxy table sorting can drastically improve the way you use Nebula Omega.
To start, let's begin with task table sorting. Task table sorting can be utilized in a variety of ways whether you decide to sort by Task ID, status, proxy, store or even profile. You can sort your tasks in a variety of ways by simply clicking the table headers.
Task Table Sorting:
- Status: Sorting tasks by status will dynamically shift tasks that are further in the checkout process to the top of the task table (if choosing to sort in ascending order). For example, if Task A is checking order and Task B is submitting customer, Task A will shift above Task B to allow you to easily identify tasks that are nearing a successful checkout.
- Profiles: Sorting tasks by profile will group tasks with the same profile assigned together. For example, all tasks that are created with Profile A will be sorted together above or below all of your tasks that are created with Profile B.
- Proxy: Sorting tasks by proxy will group tasks with the same proxies together. For example, all tasks created with Proxy Group A will be sorted together either above or below all of your tasks that were created with Proxy Group B.
- Store: Sorting tasks by store will group tasks with the same store together. For example, if you are running tasks on both Atmos and Kith, Atmos tasks will be sorted together and Kith tasks will be sorted together. The Atmos tasks will be placed above Kith tasks due to a sort by alphabetical order.
- Task ID: Sorting tasks by Task ID will sort your tasks in ascending or descending order via Task ID. For example, If you have a Task ID that starts with the letter A, this task will be placed above a task starting with the letter B.
Finally, you can choose if you would like the sorting to be in ascending or descending order.
If you select to sort your tasks via ascending order, all of your tasks will be placed above the other tasks.
If you select to sort your tasks via descending order, all of your tasks will be placed below the other tasks.
For example, if you decide to sort your tasks by status in ascending order, all tasks with a status of checking order will be placed above tasks that display a status of submitting customer. However, if you decide to sort your tasks by status in descending order, all tasks that are checking order will be placed below the tasks that are submitting customer.
Proxy Table Sorting:
- Speed: Sorting proxies by proxy speed will rate your proxies in ascending or descending order based on speed. For example, if Proxy A has a speed of 123ms, this proxy will be placed above Proxy B which has a speed of 410ms.
- IP Address: Sorting proxies by IP Address will sort your proxies from greatest to least, or least to greatest depending on whether you sort via ascending vs. descending.
- In Use: Sorting proxies by In Use status will group proxies that are currently being used vs. those that are not currently being used.