I’m creating a blog that uses both single-reference and multi-reference data. The single-reference is used for 3 main sections (News, Ideas, How To’s) of the blog. The multi-reference data will be used for tags. When a visitor clicks a single-reference data link, I can see how to create a page that filters a list view of posts for them. But I don’t see how to display a list view for the multi-reference data so users can click a tag to see other posts with tagged likewise. Is this a feature to come? Or am I missing something.
Here’s a link to the live site as I’m building it. This link takes you to a “tag page” but you’ll see the list view is not filtered by the tagged posts:
Hi, same question here. Did you find a way to do it @mgiant?
We just shipped this feature!
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