The ability to move and reorder rows is an upcoming feature, yet to be released. However, there are a few means of achieving similar functionality today. For instance, you can insert new rows or copy and paste existing rows. Or try the move row automation.
Insert New rows
With Spreadsheet.com, you can quickly add new empty rows to your worksheets. To insert a row, first choose where in your worksheet you want to add a row and select the row above or below that spot. Then, right-click on the row header or a cell in that row and select Insert 1 row above or Insert 1 row below from the options.
Alternatively, you can select the row header or cell in a row and select Insert 1 row above or Insert 1 row below from the Insert menu options.
See our article on inserting rows for more details.
Copy and pasting rows
Combining inserting new rows with copying and pasting rows is a great workaround to moving rows. You can copy a row from the row header, with keyboard shortcuts, or via the Edit menu in the toolbar. In the row reader, right-click on the row header and select Copy from the options, or select the row to be copied, click on Edit in the toolbar and select Copy.
To paste the copied row, navigate to the target row header and select Paste (either by right-clicking or from the Edit menu).
You can also use the keyboard shortcuts for copy, by selecting the row to be copied and pressing Ctrl + C (or Cmd + C on Macs). Or the command for paste, by selecting the row to paste into and pressing Ctrl + V (or Cmd + V on Macs).
In the animation below, we inserted a new empty row before pasting in the copied row.
See our article on copying and pasting rows for more details.
Move row automation
Depending on the circumstances, you may also wish to set up a one-time or a recurring automation that triggers a move row action. See our Introduction to Automations for complete details on setting up an automation.
But, for example, you might want to move completed tasks out of one "Ongoing Tasks" worksheet into a "Completed tasks" worksheet. Below we set up an automation to do just that.
See all our articles on automations for more insight into how to set up and use automations.