Inverse Chronological Order | Meaning & Definition | Akrivia HCM

Inverse chronological order is a specific method of arranging data sequences chronologically based on the timestamp of the data they contain. This method is most commonly used in software to display log files or error logs or in user interfaces to display dates that represent when actions were taken rather than when they were created.

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