Sorting of -1 level of topics - differences between Android and Win MM v. 12 - problem - updated

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How should I set up sorting options in Win version of Mind Manager 12 in order to keep the same sorting order of topics in MM12 and Android version?
Mind Manager in Win sorts either clockwise or anticlockwize and Android MindJet treats and sorts tasks on the left and right side separatelly in kind of two separate columns. How can I change it? I am talking about level -1 vs main topic.
I use Mind Maps to memorize some information and changing of sort order doesn't help.
(updated)
Now I see this is some kind of bug in Android version - it messes up with a sort order of tasks for maps edited on PC - every time I save it in Android app and reopen it in Win MM 12, the order of lefthand side topics (-1 from main topic) changes. Are you able to fix the Android version so that it doesn't touch sorting info at all? In that case I would make my sorting on the PC and have it unchanged in Android app.
Obviously, the other option is to implement some basic sorting options for Android app that would work same way as for PC version, but I am sure it is more time consuming and is considered not a bug but new functionality.
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Can anyone from support answer my question please?
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Brittney Mazzetta

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Thank you for your post. I have sent this to our product team and will update you as soon as I hear back from them regarding your inquiry. Thanks for your patience.
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Thank you for your patience. I apologize that it has taken so long to get back to you. Our product team has been looking into this issue for you and has identified the root cause. This is anticipated to be fixed in an upcoming release which is scheduled for Q3.

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