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When I go into my contacts on iCloud, things are not alphabetized correctly. This primarily happens in the "L's" and "M's". For example, if there is a Browne, Michael, it will list it under the "M's" and not the "B's". If I edit it, and put it in the "B's" it will stay until the next time I go into iCloud. The same thing happens in the "L's". If there is a Jones, Lisa, it would be put under the "L's" and not the "J's". I have it formatted for last name then first name, and as I said, all the other contacts are correct. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Vin Govon
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there are a few oddities with iCloud at the moment. one i have noticed personally is that all my contacts that do not have a US or UK code preceding it, it just makes it up and adds a 1 in front.

i suspect Apple have noticed all these and will bring out an update to correct as they go.

we will all have to just stick in there and wait...

Doesn't answer your question i know but your frustrations and shared.

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When I go into my contacts on iCloud, things are not alphabetized correctly. This primarily happens in the "L's" and "M's". For example, if there is a Browne, Michael, it will list it under the "M's" and not the "B's". If I edit it, and put it in the "B's" it will stay until the next time I go into iCloud. The same thing happens in the "L's". If there is a Jones, Lisa, it would be put under the "L's" and not the "J's". I have it formatted for last name then first name, and as I said, all the other contacts are correct. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Vin Govon
As of Feb 17, I'm having the same issues exactly as you describe them.
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