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This was a hot topic back last year, and in high demand - not a squeak from the Webflow folks on it. Let's revitalize this as a priority, yes?!!! It's a big win in terms of functionality for Webflow, and a pretty glaring pain-point for anyone trying to use the CMS and Dynamic data in a very basic way. If you bought into webflow based on their marketing around the power of their CMS (and are plunking down $10!!! a month just for the feature), then this is a no-brainer.
Right now, there is no way to display the data set that we reference in a multi-reference field within a CMS entry. At the moment, it's usage is seemingly limited to filtering. Serious question : Why on earth not make this CMS option that you've already created more versatile?
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Let's vote this up the chain!
PS. REALLY "SLick" and undemocratic how you can't @ tag people in the wishlist, essentially retiring all the voices from past forum threads that might have an interest in a wishlist item, but don't regularly peruse the wishlist. If deliberate, you can tell a lot about a company and their bandwidth and userbase interest when they won't allow a community to actively campaign on the very forum that is meant for campaigning! Sigh. Webflow. harder to love you with each passing day.
If I understand you correctly, you're trying to show only the list of multi-references on a collection template page. Ex: You have a collection of blog posts and each blog post references many tags. If you want to have a list of tags displayed on your blog post page, you can drop a new dynamic list and in the collections dropdown choose Tags collection under the Multi-reference section. (See screenshot). Our apologies for this being hard to discover. Can you confirm that this is what you're looking for?