Data display I want the 'opposite'

@domhnallohanlon and the other ThunkableStuff or power thunkable
How to display the opposite data on the data display (last added at the top) :sob:
If yes please answer! thanks!!

What are you using for a data source?

How are you displaying the data?

What have you tried? You should be able to sort a list in Thunkable or sort a cloud-based spreadsheet, for example.

Also, @domhnallohanlon is busy, fixing bugs and adding cool new stuff to Thunkable or whatever it is he does all day. :slight_smile:

That’s kind of the point of a community forum. The community is here to help you. It’s really only necessary to tag @domhnallohanlon if you’ve exhausted all other options and have a re-produceable bug or a feature request that doesn’t already exist. And even then, you don’t have to tag him… you can just post it yourself:


since you’re obviously using a list viewer to display your list, then make sure you add new items to the start of the list, not the end, by using a block like this:



Can you explain in detail?

try it with this link

at start, the switch/slider points to left meaning, “add to front”. your list is displayed in the list viewer below. enter a new item to add, say for example “Toy”, in the input text. Press button “Add” - the item gets added to the “top” - just as you wanted. (if you want new data to go to the end, click on the switch/slider so that it points to the right “add to end”. )

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I mean use this, help me
Data viewer
At present, it is added at the back, please help me to change it to be added at the front

try this new project

i created a data viewer to hold the data source (local) but i turned off visibility. after data source is updated with new data, the entire data source is copied to the list in reverse order. then i display the list as usual in a list viewer.

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I found that you are using a list display, I changed it to a display data display, but there is still no way!?

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The DVL (Data Viewer List) will always take the order of the underlying table.

You either use a List Viewer or design your own Data Viewer using the cloning method.

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How to do?

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Try this
The switch is to control the order.

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i didnt realize we could do this (ie. indexable rows)! thanks for the nice example.

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