It depends on where you are referring to, in the Test Plan Tree or in Test Sets.
Test sets are easy as you can order them by Setting up the order in which they are run. As for the Planning Tree, the only method that I am aware of is what we started many years ago when we first set up TD 5.0 is to name the tests with a numeral first. All of our tests and folders are then arranged with a number like:
````````````````100_001_001_001_0001 (This is the first test)
````````````````100_001_001_001_0002 This is the second test)
So the actual tests take on the numeral names of the folders under which they are listed. It's confusing at first, but saves a lot of time when reordering is required, plus it eliminates verbal descriptions of tests.
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