Help with sorting rows by date and moving to archive sheet when cell marked "yes"

kheiple

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:eek::confused:Hello! I have a spreadsheet I am working on from work with will contain lost of rows of data and users will continue to add to it daily. I am needing the rows to sort by date oldest to newest on both the "regular Call Backs" and the "Escalation Call Backs" sheets. I currently have this happening on 1 of the sheets however when entering a new row as soon as a date is entered it is sorting which causes having to scroll to find and finish the entry. I do not want it to sort until the user has completed entering their data. A button to click would also work for this rather than auto sorting. I also need these same 2 sheets to move a row to the "Archive" sheet when column K is marked "YES". I would like both sheets to move to the same "Archive" sheet and add each entry from top to bottom on next available row while deleting the row once moved so I do not have blank rows on the sheets there are moving from. I have a icon which has Archive marked on it which woulkd be great if I could just click that and it moves the rows needed that have been ,marked "YES". Any help would be greatly appreciated.:) Here is the file Im working with

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