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New feature: Pagination

This one’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. Now you can automatically paginate a Collection List when it gets too long to list everything on a single page.


Enable — and customize — pagination in your Collection List settings.

How does it work? Simple. Here’s the quick how-to:

  1. Enable pagination in your Collection List settings
  2. Choose how many items you want to display per page
  3. Style your “previous” and “next” buttons
  4. Let your content people go nuts

How are page URLs structured?

When you switch pages in a Collection List, you’ll see a unique ID appended to the URL for the page you’re on, along with an indication of which “page” within that Collection List you’re viewing (e.g., website.com/posts?1c3de4q6_page=2).

Note: Support for pagination on search results pages is in development. If you have additional enhancements that you’d like to see for pagination, please let us know!

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Awesome! Thanks for the hard work Webflow team :webflow_heart:

Let’s take a first-look at the new feature of pagination in collection lists.

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Great video! The only thing I don’t like is the voice :smiley: :smiley:

EDIT: I got a microphone and replaced the VO with my own voice.

Thanks for the feedback @PiterDimitrov. Maybe Alex isn’t as popular as he thinks. This was a rough test and I’m looking at how I can improve the videos and streamline my process now.

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