Ability to reorder color swatches in color picker

Sketch and Illustrator both have the ability to quickly reorder saved color swatches within the color picker. I personally use this quite a bit both in initially setting up my working files, and while working through designs to keep myself organized. A specific use case is being able to compare multiple similar color swatches. And generally feeling organized, which goes a long way.

  • Joseph Blalock
  • Aug 15 2017
  • Lennart Hennig commented
    15 Apr 07:33pm

    Embarrassing that this still isn't done natively.

  • Mayssager commented
    14 Sep, 2023 07:30am

    please =)))))

  • Kaleb - Webflow Developer Australia commented
    29 Sep, 2021 08:58pm

    SOLVED: Finsweets new Chrome extension allows you to do this >> https://www.finsweet.com/extension/ 👍🏼

  • Renaud Futterer commented
    5 Aug, 2021 12:07pm


  • Aaron Ward commented
    31 Jul, 2021 03:03pm

    God yes, simple drag and drop to reposition would be perfect.

  • Ben Barrett-Forrest commented
    30 Apr, 2021 07:49pm

    This would be so valuable!

  • Kaleb - Webflow Developer Australia commented
    30 Apr, 2021 11:34am

    Yes pllleeease

  • Russell Gathright commented
    23 Apr, 2021 08:15pm

    This is almost stupid this feature doesn't exist.

  • Visual Finesse commented
    14 Apr, 2021 08:06pm

    4 years later and we still don't have this...

  • Danilo Leicht commented
    1 Apr, 2021 09:19am

    I find this feature very important for daily organization. Figma has solved this well.

  • Valentin Ffrench commented
    6 Dec, 2020 09:10pm

    This is very important !
    Having the possibility either to reorder them (drag and drop) or order them by name.

    Use Case:
    I've started a project with Main colors (Primary, secondary, etc.)
    Only latter on I went and added 4 shades per colors. I need those colors to be grouped by their name (naming convention) or at least being able to reorder the global swatches by hand.

    As of today, it's easy to create something but very painful to evolve and/or maintain it.

    I'm surprise this is not something the Webflow Team has implemented by default with their attention to UX.

    Looking forward to see Webflow polishing this feature.

  • Will Qu commented
    2 Dec, 2020 02:15am

    This would be great! Surprised it's not a feature yet

  • Clint Haas commented
    18 Nov, 2020 03:42pm

    Yes please!

  • Graham Barr commented
    25 Aug, 2020 08:11am

    Agree - this would make the evolution of a project so much easier, especially when handing the project over to clinet. Its nice to have everything in order. It can't be that hard to implement surely?

  • Jonathan Holden commented
    16 May, 2020 06:28am

    So important in building design systems / templates

  • Morten Sordahl commented
    13 May, 2020 10:54am

    missing this feature!

  • Tye Newton commented
    18 Mar, 2020 05:57am

    Yes, please! I came here to suggest this myself.

  • José Ernesto Rodríguez commented
    6 Oct, 2019 09:57am


  • Vesper Sinclair commented
    1 Oct, 2019 12:03am

    I second what Chris Meeks said. The ability to organize color swatches is crucial for maintaining a neat, efficient design system, and it's a feature I use heavily in my Adobe programs.

    Folders or line breaks would also be very useful, as TRUE pointed out.

  • TRUE commented
    13 Jun, 2019 07:02am

    Absolutely needed. I'm also working on a multi colour project, and it's annoying to not at least be able to re-order swatches. Even better would be the ability to gave folders or at least line breaks to group them better.

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