Advanced CMS filtering

Hey @callmevlad! Here is my use case for the “sub-collection list feature” I was talking about on the stream.

So first of all, it’s a web offers website. Here is the structure:

  • Area page - All offers within this area (10+ areas)
  • Category page - All offers within this category AND area (200+ categories)
  • City page - All offers within this city (Cities are linked to an area) (100+ cities)
  • Category by city page - All offers within this city AND this category
  • Sub-category page - All offers within this city AND this category AND this sub-category

So it’s all about filtering! all offers are in a collection list with multi-reference lists for areas and cities etc. But actually we’re not able to filter that far. Hopefully with some new features we will be able to filter all of that easily within only a page or two!

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@donaldsv you can vote for the ideas that are the closest to yours, and add your ideas as a comment.

The most popular one is about filtering on multi-references: https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-96

List of ideas around CMS and filters: https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/search?utf8=✓&query=cms+filters

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Hey @donaldsv !

This should be perfectly doable within our No Code Flow filter component. Every searchable item is a Webflow CMS item. Every visual aspect (including states) can be modified in the Webflow designer. We built it as a cloneable component with a little video tutorial to implement it – should take you around 10-15 minutes to get started.

:sparkles: A demo can be seen here → https://ncf-filter-styled.webflow.io/

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