Repeater Fields

Under collection settings, where you can add fields for each project, it'd be great to be able to add a repeater field. This would function like Advanced Custom Fields in Wordpress, so that in the CMS settings you could add an image repeater field. Then, in the user side of the CMS, you could add an image and have a button for 'add another image'.

ACF Repeater field: https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/repeater/

CraftCMS Matrix field: https://craftcms.com/features/matrix 

I've run into this issue trying to use the CMS for a portfolio and hitting a 31 field limit.

  • Nick Woods
  • Jan 24 2017
CMS
  • Zen Kick commented
    January 26, 2017 14:51

    I agree here. A repeater field would be a very nice thing to have.

    We deal with many clients that maintain variable data-sheets for their products, and having a single field that will allow repeatable "rows" (key+val or more complex) would be awesome.

    If you are working on an HTML <table> implementation, then this feature would be complimentary. 

  • Handbuilt Developer commented
    November 21, 2017 08:37

    Absolutely necessary!

    If possible, it could be like the flexible content field in ACF:
    https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/flexible-content/

     

  • Kyle Craven commented
    September 17, 2018 17:46

    Please add this

    I have 'Products' as a post type. Products have 'Features', each feature has an image, title and description. Some products may have 2 features, others may have 10. The only way to do this currently is by adding 10 lots of feature image, feature title and feature description.

    The problem with this is it makes the page for adding new products very long.

    It would be great if it just showed 1 set of fields, then a button to 'add feature'

  • Glenn Eastland commented
    October 01, 2018 10:07

    Yes please add this. Repeater fields are a necessary feature to fix the gap of an unknown length of data input.

  • Moshe Morris commented
    October 17, 2018 11:03

    I also would like to see this feature -- as soon as possible :).

  • Helge Netsch commented
    22 Feb 16:09

    This would be an amazing feature to have and necessary to build more complex data driven projects. The only reason why I cant move more projects over to webflow.

  • Rick Crow commented
    10 Mar 21:16

    Agree. Please add.

  • Daniel Sutton commented
    02 Apr 23:00

    Please include this in the next release!

     

    As Nick said even a simple portfolio is made complicated and hacky without this feature.

  • Bryan Garrant commented
    13 Apr 02:01

    Statamic does a good job of this with their Grid field. See https://docs.statamic.com/fieldtypes/grid. They allow all other fieldtypes in the Grid. We need something like this badly in Webflow. 

  • Philip Thygesen commented
    24 Apr 07:30

    I made a simple example https://cl.ly/390d368bd3ec 2