Merged idea

This idea has been merged into another idea. To comment or vote on this idea, please visit WEBFLOW-I-2020 Ability to organize collections in folders.

Ability to organize Collections in folders and reorder them Merged

- Organize Collections in folders (ability to use existing static folder names)

- Reorder Collections

- Change the order of Collections manually

  • Jaro Quastenberg
  • Jan 19 2017
  • Reviewed
CMS
  • May 14, 2019

    Admin response

    We've officially launched the ability to reorder collections! Read more about it. If you'd like to vote on a new wishlist item for organizing collections into folders, head here.

  • Christoffer Furnes commented
    28 Jun 07:43am

    READ THIS BEFORE VOTING / POSTING

    The organize collections in subfolders feature request has been moved to a new post, please use your vote here: https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-2020

  • Mike Ouellette commented
    26 Jun 02:53am

    haha....this is not addressed.

  • Eva Hageman commented
    25 Jun 11:40am

    This feature was not shipped! Why does it say that it has been? I need to make folders for the different languages. /en/cases and /nl/cases, please help us out Webflow!

  • Christoffer Furnes commented
    31 May 09:07am

    This feature has NOT been shipped!

  • Reynard Muliaina commented
    4 Apr 02:14am

    Any update on this?
    The ability to "Organize Collections in folders (ability to use existing static folder names)" Has not been shipped.

    website.com/au/cmsCollection < that's what is needed

    or

    Take the cap off static pages.. hell, charge me for more static pages please. take my money!

  • Open Dev commented
    27 Feb 04:44pm

    This is definitely not "Shipped"


    This item was merged with https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-504 which is ALSO DEFINITELY NOT SHIPPED.


    We need to be able to set collection PARENTS so we can get SUBFOLDER URLs


    Don't mark it shipped if it's not shipped.


    Also moderate your Wishlist, or turn it off and stop telling people to use it. This place is a joke.


  • Kyle Alwyn commented
    23 Feb, 2020 06:10am

    This was not completely shipped - merged ideas requested the ability to put collection pages at a suburl. So instead of /topics, I could have a the topic collection live at /learn/topics

  • Darren Bounds commented
    6 Feb, 2020 04:25pm

    @Jaro, I don't believe this was "shipped" was it? There are two equally important parts to this item. 1) Organizing collections in subfolders (nested) and 2) reordering them.

  • Susan MacPhee commented
    14 May, 2019 10:20pm

    Thank you!

  • James Trent commented
    22 Apr, 2019 07:08pm

    Any updates on this?

  • Kaboom Digital commented
    1 Nov, 2018 09:49pm

    Need this!

  • Michael Wells commented
    15 Oct, 2018 01:41am

    I've added this wishlist item, which would solve the item here. Please add your vote if you like it.

    https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-1499

  • Michael Wells commented
    15 Oct, 2018 01:41am

    I've added this wishlist item, which would solve the item here. Please add your vote if you like it.

    https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-1499

  • Ben Myers commented
    1 Aug, 2018 02:37pm

    Would be helpful to retire old CMS for iterative websites like events. 

  • Miek Thompson commented
    25 Mar, 2018 07:19am

    At the very least Order by 

    sort by Alphabetical (preferred) - I like to put 00. 01. 02. in front of my collection names.

    sort by Date Created - I like to see Date Created order, especially if I made a duplicate or variation of an existing one.

    sort by Date Modified - I like to see what has (or hasen't) been worked on in a while

  • Cristian commented
    28 Dec, 2017 06:45pm

    Very important for SEO.

  • Tansen BEL commented
    3 Nov, 2017 06:48am

    You can vote here : https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-161

  • Jay Bussiere commented
    25 Jan, 2017 08:58pm

    makes perfect sense!  I've been wanting this.  Or at least sort the dang list in alphabetically.  I put an * before the name just to find common groups quickly.

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