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)
I would like to do this not just for SEO but also for being able to set up Content Groupings in Google Analytics.
This would be a big deal! Especially for sites where different projects that need their own sub pages (ie. /projectname) require CMS as well.
I only need to visualize collections into folders. Aim here is just to better organize the way the collections are displayed (some of the collections actually have pages, others are only database, for example).
As per my experience, the organize collections are easy to manage and you have to collect not many things. No doubt, I get training from https://www.assignmenthelper.com.au/marketing-assignment-help/ but it's in my experience.
We need this feature really desperately to build better seo cases for clients. Especially for more sophisticated projects absolutely essential to work with a deeper folder structure in collections/blogs - and tough to argue why we can't.. Is there any timeline for this feature? Thanks, keep up the great work!
We are launching our blog and we will do it with CMS collection pages, but we won't be able to have more than one subdirectory.We also have a lot of Content pages with SEO focus we weren't be able to do with the collection pages because the url structure was too important for SEO and it took us 10 times what it would have normally taken.
This ticket addressed it, but it was merged and lost: https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-504
This feature is must needed!
Not sure if your plan is to visually organize the CMS collections or if it's related to nesting collections and creating deeper levels of urls.
From what I understand, they're planning this feature here: https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-15
Nesting a collection inside a static folder would be very helpful for content-heavy sites. E.g. sitename.com/staticfolder/collection/collectionitem
Really important for site architecture for content heavy websites!
Would be really nice and important for SEO. Thanks in advance to do this.
To clarify, I would very much like to be able to place collections into other static folders on site. For example: school website. com /static folder/ collection folder/ collection page
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