Thanks for your replies.
Already heard from a colleague that alphabetical order is now implemented, haven’t tried it myself yet. Will also have a look at the range remembrance.
Your suggestion on a front-end for tabular data is interesting! Can imagine that it would be nice if a user can switch between the 3d viewer and tabular data viewer. I think in our use case, we would always use objects, which could have some data attached that we would like to visualize in tabulated form. An example is that we could have a lot of SpeckleRoom objects, that will have many different parameters attached (likely source would be Revit but can of course differ). Visualizing (a selection of) attributes/parameters of a selected range of rooms would be a nice addition.
Manipulating this (tabular) data on the platform could also be helpful. However, I can imagine that for this use, a more customisable, additional Speckle app can be created/adjusted by users themselves, leaving the viewer more basic. Of course I’m just thinking out loud on what it could look like. Regarding creating it ourselves, I think we could at some point try something with Plotly and Dash, so not a full .NET implementation probably