Intertwine needs a better way to display order operations rather than hiding them in a context menus
It’s not clear we can chose methods other than 'swap order' for cases when a freshly created intertwine zone has several possible solutions. Illustrator draws and edge around the current zone (quite poorly signaled, which is a different topic: https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/601447-illustrator-desktop-bugs/suggestions/45845602-make-intertwine-edit-mode-telegraphed-better), but then a single left-click just swaps and immediately ends editing the zone.
The fact we can click on the highlighted segment with a right mouse button and choose an order is not very obvious... because — let’s admit it — Illustrator can’t do context menus very well and we are not used to have anything really 'contextual' in it.
Sure, single click is fast, but not always enough in complex zones.
Intertwine should be able to not commit changes instantly for zones with multiple choices.
Here is one example when even a pro user can’t crack it with their first attempt: https://twitter.com/coro46/status/1582367474837659655?s=20&t=nxj4qh3YSNpH6W0hpYrhuQ
Imagine new users trying to discover it on their own, without a guidance.
Auto-zones hover tips are much better now and solve the problem with understanding the reordering proposed.