Hmm, sometimes it almost gets the sorting correct, though it definitely seems like it's just shuffling them on each reload. It'll probably clear up again soon.
I usually keep my games library on GOG ordered by purchase date. Luckily the "Orders & Settings" page still has everything in the correct purchase order, so this isn't going to be much of an issue along those lines.
That, and I've been keeping track of my games in my own notes, an HTML file on my own computer. No website, no webserver, no woes. Just double-click and it opens in a web browser for viewing. Though, I've been keeping track of only the games I've downloaded. That in itself has become a few different lists: most recent purchase (try to test within 30-days, but I always fail), games in progress, games to play, completed games, and some notes about ScummVM and WINE (a very few simple steps, no thinking/searching needed again).
I've downloaded manuals and hint books, when available, and made links for each out in the open instead of hidden within menus. The PDF files I've downloaded simply open within the web browser when I click the link. I've also added links to their game pages (rather than copy/paste their descriptions), though I've yet to link to the forums because the list of links on my GOG forum page has been easy to use.
Generally I rearrange my lists by just cutting/pasting an item from one list to another as needed. I've left out the images, I don't really need them and they don't attract me, their titles are enough. It'd be no trouble to add them, though, an IMG tag is as simple as a link.
Real easy and sorted based on my activities and goals, but no strict plans or schedule. Nothing quite like personal notes for what matters in the moment. I still use my GOG games library, of course, to check for later updates for anything new I'm about to start playing. I'm seem to be using the website less often though, perhaps from acquiring more focus with my notes. No real need to browse through all the rest of my games library online when I haven't finished playing with what I've already prepped offline.
New purchases do get me though, so I download them and add them to the "recent purchase list". Gotta try to to play them within the first 30 days, but as I've said I never make it in time. Then I move them to the "games to play" list, as I might as well keep them in mind since I've downloaded them.
Post edited February 22, 2018 by thomq