Buttons added in one grid size may not appear in the same place in other grid sizes
All the pre-made content pages in Snap have “saved states” for all the optimized grid sizes. This ensures that all the content is organized properly for each grid size. While beneficial initially, this can cause some confusion when you start customizing a page, especially when adding new buttons.
In the example above, in the 3x3 grid size, the Beaver button was created and dragged into alphabetical order between bear and bird. When you transition to a different grid size, the Beaver button will not appear where you had positioned it in the 3x3 grid. This is because Snap is restoring the last “saved state” for the 4x4 grid size. The Beaver button is actually positioned on the grid screen 3 base on the default “block flow” button repositioning approach. (See What you NEED to understand about how Snap pages and button grids work.)
Most of the time, you will need to manually reposition any new buttons you add to the pre-made Core First pages, when you transition to a difference grid size. Future versions of Snap should offer a new transitional approach that allows buttons to flow sequentially and will maintain repositioning within the sequence across all grid sizes.