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Faceted search functionality (filter/sort for site visitors) Merged

## Dynamic filters - Filter this list

* These buttons and inputs can be added only in the collection list wrapper, just like forms.
* These elements will pull data only from the CMS collection the collection list is bound to.
* These elements don't bind to fields, but to settings. Example:
- The toggle switch is a filter setting that binds to switches.
- The custom filter button is a filter setting that binds to a text field with a value the designer has specified, while
- The custom value input allows the site visitor to add that value. And
- The select element does the same but with references.
- Filters can be grouped (as radio buttons) to add the parameters. Ungrouped buttons reset all other filters.

## Dynamic Sorting - Sort this list

* Sort by select buttons are sort order settings that bind any field that can be sorted.
- These all will display the same settings we, the designers, use in the collection list settings in the right panel.

## Dynamic Search - search this list

* The search bar is the same search bar in the collection manager. It allows one to search as they type in the name field only

  • Anna Kelian
  • Feb 16 2017
  • In backlog
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    Sergie Magdalin commented
    February 17, 2017 05:36

    Anna can you clarify what you'd like besides what's already mentioned in this idea https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/OTHER-I-8 

  • Anna Kelian commented
    February 17, 2017 09:31

    That idea would perfectly reflect what I am saying if it says "Faceted search functionality" and the explanation contains related keywords like filtering, sorting, etc.

  • Anna Kelian commented
    February 17, 2017 10:01

    Also the ability to customize the whole experience example as I mention above adding custom filters...

  • Brage Brenna-Lund commented
    November 28, 2017 14:35

    Will this function be available soon? 

  • Michael Naylor commented
    December 1, 2017 08:13

    Examples of why this is essential from a user/client standpoint:

    - Filtering real estate listings by text string, proximity to a location, number or rooms, price range

    - Filtering eCommerce products by text-string, price sliders, colour, manufacturer, category, custom CMS tags etc

    - Filtering directory sites by text-string, custom CMS feature tags/fields, category, location, star rating etc

    Algolia offers an online demo of lightning fast, faceted search nirvana at https://www.algolia.com/product for anyone who hasn't seen what a perfected ajax search experience can add to the user experience.

  • Michael Naylor commented
    December 1, 2017 09:22

    Also - This might help things along!

    https://blog.swiftype.com/2017/11/09/swiftype-joins-forces-with-elastic/