Drag to re-order items in a CMS Multi-Reference field in the editor

Drag to re-order items in a CMS Multi-Reference field in the editor. Sometimes if I have items in here - I have to delete them all and order them as I'd like. It'd be nice to be able to drag and re-order them.

  • Diarmuid Sexton
  • Apr 19 2017
  • Sean garcia commented
    4 May 08:24pm

    Must have the ability to drag to reorder or provide filtering for multi-reference lists.

  • Jason Wintermeyer commented
    8 Apr 10:59am

    We need this @webflow.

  • Dane Crozier commented
    4 Apr 03:26am

    Yes, please!

  • Dale Lawrence commented
    15 Feb 11:02am

    NEED!

  • Soulaiman Afrikh commented
    14 Jan 03:11pm

    need this

  • Jaap Bräutigam commented
    5 May, 2023 12:23pm

    D.O. I.T. !

  • Frankh commented
    8 Feb, 2023 12:28pm

    Yes, this is really needed.

  • Kasan Mantel commented
    12 Sep, 2022 02:32pm

    Yes please fix this. It makes absolutely no sense why this does not work. Multireference is cool. But without sorting possibility somehow very unusable.


  • Lorin Atzberger commented
    26 Jun, 2022 09:35pm

    It's fascinating how this is still not a thing 5 years later. With this rate of improvement I'd expect a better competitor any day now.. it's not like the bar is even slightly high.

  • Cord London commented
    2 Jun, 2022 04:21pm

    If Timothy Ricks has voted for this we NEED this asap!

  • Daniel Castro Maia commented
    23 May, 2022 03:39am

    so basic

  • Athens Orthopedic Clinic commented
    14 Feb, 2022 07:32pm

    sorting in the field would be great. But I'd be just as happy if we could sort them like any other CMS collection list.

  • Ethan Feuerbach commented
    18 Jul, 2021 11:35pm

    yes need it for my shows season. Why it can't be sorted IDK.

  • Milan Balogh commented
    2 Oct, 2020 08:28am

    None of those, this is for when you have a MULTI-REFERENCE field and they appear like tags when you edit them. there is no option to reorder them, ALSO! there is no sort order when you are showing these fields on the website. The second would be better. why don't we have a sort order for them, like I'm showing related articles as multi reference items and then I'd want to sort them by date published. Not possible.

  • Timothy Ricks commented
    28 Jul, 2020 11:39am

    With our WordPress sites, the clients are accustomed to being able to build their own pages from the front end by dragging and adding pre-designed modules in any order on the page and filling them with content. The same can be achieved with Webflow by using the multi-reference field. The only part that's missing is the ability to actually drag to reorder those multi-reference items without having to delete and re-add them in the correct order. This one definitely gets my vote because once this is added, the potential is unlimited.

  • Gareth Higham commented
    15 Jun, 2020 10:18am

    Yes please to this

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  • Brian Harstine commented
    19 Jun, 2019 03:59pm

    yes needed!! - has this feature been enabled yet? re-ordering CMS entries for a portfolio style page would be killer

  • Glenn Eastland commented
    15 May, 2019 07:08pm

    Essential and a regular feature in WordPress order by menu_order

  • Odie Partners commented
    12 May, 2017 11:53am

    This would allow us to create a much easier image gallery workaround as well by allow us to multi-ref link to a collection of images and control their order of display.

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