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
  • Reviewed
  • Michael Mongiardo commented
    14 May 05:20am

    is this on the roadmap? really important feature and the current work arounds are less than ideal

  • Lucy Nguyen commented
    7 May 01:31pm

    This is done with bit of code through finsweet, but honestly that takes too much time. Something simple I would like to see

  • Hannah Hernandez commented
    5 Apr 09:52am

    This really is a must have feature for creating powerful websites and tools.

    Thank you !!!

  • Tsuri Bar Yehuda commented
    29 Mar 05:31pm

    This is definitely a must-have, and is the only reason that I am still considering whether or not to switch to Webflow, only because they do not offer this really really basic and necessary feature.

  • Léa Boccard commented
    19 Mar 02:21pm

    I agree this is an important feature... I did manage to accomplish something similar with the tabs component though. Working perfectly fine !

  • Felipe Sborz commented
    9 Mar 01:44pm

    This is a 1000% required! On-page filtering/sorting is a MUST for many types of websites, and I'm sure that once we have a native solution for this more people will use Webflow.

    Finsweet has a decent solution but I wish Webflow provided it a native element for us, one we could set and connect to CMS/Ecommerce fields. If Webflow wants to growth its marketshare and capture WordPress and Shopify users, filtering and sorting must be available.

  • Vaidas Buslavičius commented
    9 Feb 01:41pm

    I agree, this is required for 100% nocode developer, but hear me out, it requires very simple embed javascript code combined with Webflow CMS and you will have a working filter/sorting mechanism fully editable in CMS. Maybe they are not rushing to solve this issue because if it's really required for a client a coding developer will solve it quick.

  • JIX Reality commented
    22 Jan 02:03am

    WAITING...

  • Aleksei Smirnov commented
    10 Dec, 2023 10:00pm

    still Waiting…

  • JUNE / KARLOVE Agency commented
    6 Dec, 2023 12:28pm

    Nearly every site we create needs this...

  • George Dennison commented
    5 Nov, 2023 08:46pm

    This really is a must have feature for creating powerful websites and tools.

  • Sepehr Mani commented
    2 Oct, 2023 07:48am

    This is a MUST HAVE FEATURE. It's mindblowing and honestly shocking that it still hasn't been implemented after 6 years!!!

  • Reece Halligan commented
    26 Sep, 2023 03:08pm

    I have been searching for a website builder that has this function and so far none have provided a robust integrated solution. I run a real estate agency and the ability to filter and sort properties for users to quickly find what they're looking for is essential and doesn't seem that difficult to implement. Why is no one including this basic feature?

  • Ori Harel commented
    22 Sep, 2023 03:35pm

    +1

  • Jonathan Dickson commented
    11 Sep, 2023 06:02pm

    When I recommended a client build their site on Webflow I assumed this was a no brainer and an included feature. I am shook. How is this not a priority at the base level, with how much content clients need to create and house in their blog/cms these days?

  • Miles Kim commented
    1 Sep, 2023 07:16pm

    I haven't made a single website that doesn't need this.

  • Accounts CIID commented
    31 Aug, 2023 02:46pm

    +1

  • Nate Johnson commented
    22 Aug, 2023 08:06pm

    +1000

  • Lucas Lu commented
    14 Aug, 2023 06:25am

    +100

  • Big S commented
    11 Aug, 2023 01:10pm

    +1

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