Real-time filtering/sorting on website (Faceted navigation)

It would be great to be able to easily create a robust portfolio, with real-time filters. For example, if you are a photographer, then an image gallery with filter categories such as landscape, portraits, street photography, etc... Upon clicking on the filter, only the specific category items appear. This is very common with wordpress portfolio sites, but its extremely difficult to set up in webflow.

  • Ruben Nunez
  • Jan 18 2017
  • In backlog
  • Jacob Harmon commented
    20 Nov 08:42pm

    For now, Jetboost is a good workaround.

  • Kendra commented
    9 Oct 07:47pm

    Please add this feature. It's kind of embarrassing that Webflow doesn't have this basic feature. Sorting dynamic content should have been an automatic addition that came when Webflow started it's CMS. Our customers need to be able to navigate CMS content as easily as they navigate everything else.

  • Anil Reddy commented
    26 Sep 06:05pm

    i love this it is the best one i have seen.

  • Jean Louis commented
    24 Aug 04:57pm

    Yes, I am kind of stuck without it.

  • Sophy Phylips commented
    28 Jul 10:55am

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  • Sophy Phylips commented
    28 Jul 10:50am

    I have read the article: https://topspyingapps.com/ispyoo/ which tells about an application that allows you to monitor your own social networks. The article explain how you can improve a control over your own account.

  • Cody Monroe commented
    24 Jul 10:15pm

    This is a really important feature. I shouldn't have to explain why.

  • Rob commented
    22 Jul 01:07am

    really surprised this isn’t already astandard built-in component to the CMS - it’s a fundamental element that is featured in almost all the sites I build for clients. Can we get an update on this please?

  • Joshua D'Antonio commented
    20 Jul 11:36am

    It is really embarrassing that such a basic function has not yet been added to an advanced platform as Webflow.

    I have been looking into Webflow for months and I can't wait to make the transition from the platform I am currently using ... but until basic functions like this are integrated, I won't even be able to start.

    From a platform like Webflow it is expected to be able to create complex and articulated websites. But the lack of simple functions here and there make even the simplest of projects almost impossible.

    How can the Webflow eCommerce solution be credible, if there is not even the possibility to filter the results?

    All the incredible potential that the platform offers are nullified by the lack of necessary things.

    I'm really disappointed that this feature has been in backlog since 2017.

  • Integral Oy commented
    29 May 03:39pm

    This should be Webflow to do number one.

    For example, a newly released new template store would need this feature. https://webflow.com/templates/new. You can not do proper search.

    Even simple filtering like:

    Category: Food & drink CMS

    Style: Dark

    Type: eCommerce

    Is not possible. Only one thing at a time. :'(

    Real CMS filtering is very needed and lack of it really complicates making a webflow sites.

  • Bobby commented
    23 May 11:27pm

    Current quick solutions i've found instead of using completely custom code.

    - Using Tabs and CMS Collection lists elements, here is a good example of this you can reverse engineer in designer https://webflow.com/templates/html/real-estate-real-estate-cms-website-template

    - Using a nocode embed super easy with https://www.jetboost.io/

    This should still be its own element webflow come on lol! Hope this is a thing in 2020!

  • Tye Newton commented
    16 May 06:56pm

    For now, my workaround for this is using Tabs for my categories, and placing a collection list (with the same classes) in each, but each collection list is filtered by a different CMS multi-reference field value in the Colleciton List Settings. Because I'm using a multi-reference field, I can combine multiple categories into one tab, in case I don't need a cateogory for every single one.

  • Johan Carlberger commented
    6 May 12:38pm

    This should really be implemented ASAP. It's awkward sitting with a client and discussing their new eCommerce solution and you get the question... "Okay.. and the products, we want filters of course to make it easy for our customers"... "well....!"

  • Nichole Jones commented
    19 Apr 12:33am

    How is this not a thing, am I missing something? I just wanted to create a simple food blog and have filtering for different recipe categories and I'm not finding a free solution. Shouldn't this be a given like on Wordpress?

  • Roarke Clinton commented
    9 Apr 08:16pm

    The filters on jetboost.io work well!!!!

  • Derek Clark commented
    29 Mar 02:50pm

    Yep, faceted navigation is a must.

  • Ben tossell commented
    8 Mar 07:00pm

    I use Jetboost on my site (Makerpad) and it works a treat! Super easy to set up and low $. It has:

    • Multi-filters on one or more (!) collection list wrappers

    • Auto-generated URL slugs when filtering

    • Real-time dynamic search

    Didn't need to know any code to set up or anything.

  • Ben tossell commented
    8 Mar 07:00pm

    I use Jetboost on my site (Makerpad) and it works a treat! Super easy to set up and low $. It has:

    • Multi-filters on one or more (!) collection list wrappers

    • Auto-generated URL slugs when filtering

    • Real-time dynamic search

    Didn't need to know any code to set up or anything.

  • Austin Mullins commented
    3 Feb 11:57pm

    This is so incredibly important, and using MixItUp as a workaround has caused all sorts of difficulties. Please move this out of the backlog and into active production!

  • Dash Eleven commented
    1 Feb 05:18am

    We need filters for ecommerce catalog.  It should behave similar to filtering rows on excel.  You can select multiple filters and the products get drilled down, and the only ones that show are the ones that match all filters selected.  Until this is implemented, you won't have a true ecommerce solution.

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