Are there built-in card fields representing the date/time that a card was created or modified? These fields would be immensely useful when I want to print only a few, recently-added cards from my collection.
If these fields do not exist, would it be possible to implement them via scripting? I know that it is possible to write scripts that execute at the time a card is created. Perhaps such a script could record a current timestamp at creation/modification time?
If date/time isn't a valid data type, perhaps you could store an integer value on the set (defaulting to 0) that could be retrieved, incremented, stored on the newly-created card, then updated on the set for future use. This wouldn't solve the "modified" date/time issue but could be an acceptable proxy for created date/time.
Just thinking out loud, hoping someone has an easier solution than this.
You can choose to sort by nothing in MSE by clicking on whatever you're sorting by until there isn't an arrow, and that will list them in the order in which you created those cards. It won't factor in any times you've edited them though. I'm not sure if there is a way that the program detects anything like that.
card field: type: text name: time_created editable: false script: card.time_created card list name: Created card list visible: true card list width: 120 card list column: 13 card field: type: text name: time_modified editable: false script: card.time_modified card list name: Modified card list visible: true card list width: 120 card list column: 14