It is possible to assign a priority to a preset. Assigning a priority to a preset is a useful way to indicate which presets are the most important to get re-focused or looked at.
There are six priority levels with one being the lowest and six being the highest. You can set the name for a priority level in the
File->Preferences dialog under the Preset Documentation tab. You may wish to customise the names to suit your own workflow. Each priority level can also be assigned a background colour. Click on the Colour button next the text field for a priority to set the colour.
It is possible to sort and filter the Preset List by priority. When you sort by another data field i.e. by Set, the sorted set list will also be sorted by priority (the highest being first).
When presets are added to the Preset Documentation list, its priority will be set to the default priority as configured in the
To change the priority of a preset (or a selection of presets), click on the little up/down arrows in the Priority column. A menu will appear for you to choose the priority you wish to set.