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Sort Hyperlink fields by Friendly Text, not by HTML
Currently if you have a formula field that is a hyperlink and you try to sort it in a report, it sorts on the URL, not the friendly text. This means that hyperlink fields are unsortable in reports.
If you have a formula field called Full Name for a Contact. It concatenates the first and last name together with a space between. When you sort this field it will sort on the text of the name as it should.
If in the formula field, you wrap that name in a hyperlink to that Contact's record, when you sort it in a report things are weird. The sort gets evaluated on the URL, which displays the names out of order.
It would be great if the sort were evaluated on the friendly name as noone would ever want to sort on the URL, but often would want to sort on the name.
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