Currently, only one Collection List can be nested per page - would be great to increase this limit. Thanks!
I've run into this twice in the past week and it seems totally arbitrary that only 1 nested collection is allowed per page. Are you going to release this functionality as a higher payment tier like ecommerce? If so, shutup and take my money. It's time for multiple nested collections to be a thing.
When can we expact this feature to be implemented? Thx
I intented to base my website localization strategy on multiply nested collections, but there you go, that's a limitation I hadn't foreseen. Please add multi nest feature!
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Multiple nesting is essential. Finsweet have created a hack last year. Keen to hear through from the Webflow team.https://www.finsweet.com/cms-library/nest/
You cannot have more than 1 nested Collection List on a single page. I'm new to Webflow and trying to get the hang of things.
Hi, I am a photographer and I think other photographers would love Webflow, but only if you fix this issue. For me I have galleries with up to 100 images and using CMS is critical. Please tell me will this be fixed soon. Otherwise, like many other people I will have to find another option, even after spending so much time learning how to use Webflow. Please fix this!
we can do all kinds of things to impact performance, don't hide our freaking data — especially when the only warning that nested collections won't display more than 5 items is a small, un-emphasized warning in the settings pane.
I'm really getting frustrated that this has not been addressed. Using multiple individual reference fields and building out that structure on a page for each one is both tedious and silly since there is a perfectly good multi-reference field that is hampered.Webflow, I get that you don't want people to have thousands of items on their pages, but if they do then they suffer the consequences or you bill them more for their plan.
Don't punish some users because of what some other users might do. I only have about 50 items that reference about 50 other items in another container and yet I can't categorize them with multiple nested lists on one page because someone else might go overboard? That's just a bad business plan.
Why is it still an issue? When it will be changed?
Definitely! I can't have a nice, developed, high ticket merchandise website if I only can have one nested collection list! Bye bye webflow :(
it's gross that this is not implemented. webflow says it's about performance. let your customers make that decision, guys. we can do all kinds of things to impact performance, don't hide our freaking data — especially when the only warning that nested collections won't display more than 5 items is a small, un-emphasized warning in the settings pane.
This must be updated ASAP. Such a crticial feature.
+1 I just ran into this. Website is growing and I want to use WebFlow but I'm not sure I can do this.
Solid feature that sets you apart from Wix, Square Crap, etc. But we need an ability for more that one nested collection to be used on one page.
The current limit of 1 nested item per page is a serious limitation. Right now achieving a similar result, after one is already present, requires cumbersome filtered Collections. Webflow CMS needs to be enhanced ASAP to allow multiple Nested Collections.
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