If you always want certain files to be sorted directly by date, you can do this with a simple trick when naming your files. Simply name your files according to the following scheme: Year-Month-Day-Document_Name.doc!
The first 4 digits are for the year, the next 2 for the month and then 2 for the day. Always use a leading "0" for the month and day if they are single-digit numbers. Please use your appropriate file name and the appropriate extension as the filename-example.doc. If you name all your files according to this rule, the table of contents in this directory will automatically be listed in chronological order / by date.
2.) Example file name on the front date on the back on Windows 11, 10, ... in Explorer!
Here is a second example in my complete backup as a zip folder, the name is at the beginning and the date at the end in the format YYYYMMDD (year month day) without a gap. Depending on your needs, one or the other approach is better.
PS: It always depends on your own expectations!
(Image-2) You can influence file sorting chronologically or by date yourself!