[iTunes] Order of podcasts are reversed

Ken Stevens kestevens at mac.com
Sat Jul 5 19:08:23 PDT 2008

I only know one way to do what you want.  Set up a new playlist on  
your iPod/iPhone.  Drag the podcasts you
want to that playlist.  In the View menu select "View Options" and  
check "Release Date".  You can now sort the
podcasts according to the date they were recorded.  The iPod/iPhone  
will play them in that order.

On Jul 5, 2008, at 7:10 PM, Michael Prete wrote:

> The podcasts displayed in my iTunes window show them in descending  
> chronological order. (I'm kinda behind on them) However, on both my  
> classic 80 GB iPod and my iPhone, the podcasts are in reverse order,  
> with the oldest at the bottom and the newest on the top of each  
> playlist. The iPod (iPhone) will continue from one podcast (or any  
> song) to the next one below automatically. But since the next lower  
> podcast on the list is the oldest, I have to manually select and  
> over ride each one.
> I want the podcasts on my iPod/iPhone to be in descending  
> chronological order as they are on my computer, so that upon  
> completion of one episode, it will automatically shift to the next  
> newer episode automatically. Any suggestions on how to accomplish  
> that? To perhaps state the obvious, it makes no difference whether I  
> have ascending or descending chronological order on iTunes, it does  
> not affect the sequence on my iPod/iPhone.
> ------------
> Michael Prete
> 17" 2.0 GHz G5 iMac, 1 GB RAM, OS 10.5.4, iTunes 7.6.2, Quicktime 7.5
> 80 GB iPod Classic, Model MB 147LL, OS 1.1.2
> 8 GB iPhone, Model MA712LL,  OS 1.1.4
> More will be revealed.
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