Ability to organize collections in folders

We've launched collection reordering, so I'm pulling this feature out into its own wishlist item. (For context, see: https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-155)

  • Gaby Izarra
  • May 14 2019
  • Reviewed
CMS
  • Hakon Lilleberg commented
    3 May 07:11am

    Severely needed! +4


  • Jason Roach commented
    27 Apr 01:05pm

    Any update on this? Particularly being able to allow collections to use the same folder/subdirectory that's being used for static pages.

  • Discover Must commented
    15 Apr 06:00pm

    +12481273958432791042 extremly needed

  • Alexander Engl commented
    4 Apr 02:30pm

    Can anyone of the webflow team at leas comment why this is so complex?

  • Alexander Engl commented
    4 Apr 02:23pm

    Its kind of crazy that this does not exist in 2022 with SEO being such an essential for many companies

  • Sprints Digital commented
    17 Mar 11:36am

    Any updates? Have multi-£ms clients bring on content lead SEO teams and I can't even structure the CMS folder structure as needed.

  • Ryno van der Merwe commented
    22 Feb 12:59am

    This is a pretty severe limitation causing A LOT of issues on agencies working with larger clients. Please!

  • Parker Bowen commented
    8 Feb 05:09pm

    Updates, please?

  • Andrew Lakata commented
    2 Feb 02:30am

    Moving an enterprise site to webflow and this is almost a deal breaker feature, we're going to have a MILLION redirects if we can't nest a cms collection inside of a url folder [site:/resources/case-studies] for example

  • Jonny Growfox commented
    27 Oct, 2021 08:54am

    Any update on this?

  • Oliver Kuttruff commented
    13 Oct, 2021 07:17am

    Dear webflow-team, could you please give a status update on this topic?

    For a clean lang-folder setup, this feature is desperately needed.

  • Geffrey Barendregt commented
    11 Oct, 2021 08:14pm

    Severely needed! +3

  • Matt Hodkinson commented
    11 Oct, 2021 01:33am

    This alongside the 100-page limit for non-cms pages is severely limiting for enterprise / large orgs.

  • Antoine commented
    8 Oct, 2021 08:38am

    needed !

  • Nuno O. Almeida commented
    15 Sep, 2021 10:06am

    This is a pretty serious limitation. It such and obvious thing to add. I imagine that adding the ability to add a "/" to the collection slug would easily fix this.


    It's hard to believe it's taking so long to consider adding this as a feature. The url organization on more complex website gets completely ruined without it.

  • Robert Simmons commented
    3 Sep, 2021 02:56am

    My goodness, we're just scoping out changes for an Enterprise-level client. They've got a ton of search engine traffic running into their resource articles, but all have a structure of {sitename}.com/resources/{sub-folder}/{article}. Hard to believe there are threads all over the place that have been merged here, and it hasn't even been talked about.

    Going to be very hard-pressed to sell them on a 30k hosting plan after delivering the news that they're going to need to start from scratch with their SEO. 301s are a half-measure that will do considerably more damage than just not changing URLs.

  • Michael Ouellette commented
    19 Aug, 2021 03:17pm

    it is a requirement to have a structure that allows for say...a news collection to live a resources parent.

    IE....website.com/resources/blog

  • Mario P. commented
    6 Aug, 2021 10:04pm

    Could anyone from webflow provide a quick update on this feature?

  • Bruno commented
    2 Jul, 2021 03:21am

    Absolutely necessary. Please implement this folder feature for collections because it will save so much work to organize the websites urls, seo, and cms. All out once with one simple folder.

  • Christoffer Furnes commented
    31 May, 2021 08:26am

    Since Webflow is still missing native multilingual support, this would really, really, really make life so much easier for setting up multi language manually in Webflow.

    You can set up subfolders on static pages already, WHY not in collections?

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