The C-c C-s (
gnus-group-sort-groups) command sorts the
group buffer according to the function(s) given by the
gnus-group-sort-function variable. Available sorting functions
Sort the group names alphabetically. This is the default.
Sort the group alphabetically on the real (unprefixed) group names.
Sort by group level.
Sort by group score. See Group Score.
Sort by group score and then the group level. The level and the score are, when taken together, the group’s rank. See Group Score.
Sort by number of unread articles.
Sort alphabetically on the select method.
Sort alphabetically on the Gnus server name.
gnus-group-sort-function can also be a list of sorting
functions. In that case, the most significant sort key function must be
the last one.
There are also a number of commands for sorting directly according to some sorting criteria:
Sort the group buffer alphabetically by group name
Sort the group buffer by the number of unread articles
Sort the group buffer by group level
Sort the group buffer by group score
gnus-group-sort-groups-by-score). See Group Score.
Sort the group buffer by group rank
gnus-group-sort-groups-by-rank). See Group Score.
Sort the group buffer alphabetically by back end name
Sort the group buffer alphabetically by real (unprefixed) group name
All the commands below obey the process/prefix convention (see Process/Prefix).
When given a symbolic prefix (see Symbolic Prefixes), all these commands will sort in reverse order.
You can also sort a subset of the groups:
Sort the groups alphabetically by group name
Sort the groups by the number of unread articles
Sort the groups by group level
Sort the groups by group score
gnus-group-sort-selected-groups-by-score). See Group Score.
Sort the groups by group rank
gnus-group-sort-selected-groups-by-rank). See Group Score.
Sort the groups alphabetically by back end name
Sort the groups alphabetically by real (unprefixed) group name
Sort the groups according to
And finally, note that you can use C-k and C-y to manually move groups around.