Filter collection list by multiple fields using "or"

Ability to use "and/or" statements on collection list filters. This will allow for more complex filtering solutions.

  • Matthew P Munger
  • Apr 26 2017
CMS
  • Admin
    Webflow Team commented
    June 15, 2017 06:14

    Yeah I'd love this. I have a collection of Help Articles and want to have a help article appear in two different categories. I created two different Reference fields Topic 1 and Topic 2 so I can choose these categories for an article. Right now I can only filter a dynamic list using the AND operator (both of the filters have to be true to show data). I wish I could just set OR (either have to be true).

  • Isaac Simon commented
    August 08, 2017 21:03

    Yes! Sergie's message above nailed it! SO FRUSTRATING!

  • Miriam Crellin commented
    September 29, 2017 01:22

    I desperately need this. I have a musician directory sorted by instrument group. If the musician plays instruments from more than one instrument group there's no way for them to show up in both tabs! This is driving me crazy.

  • Christoffer Furnes commented
    October 24, 2017 09:37

    +1

  • Michael Mannucci commented
    July 20, 2018 22:21

    How is this not a thing!?

  • Hamish Maclean commented
    September 11, 2018 03:02

    I am out of votes. Important.

  • Frankie Gonzalez commented
    September 13, 2018 04:50

    This would be super helpful! I have a People collection and on the About page I use tabs to separate staff and board member bio cards. In the collection I created a category for "Staff" and one for "Board Member." The President & CEO needs to appear on both the Board Member tab AND the Staff tab. If I had an "Or" option, I could classify him as "Board Member" but could also make him appear on the staff tab by using a conditional visibility filter that says Visible if Type is "Staff" OR Title is "President & CEO." 

  • Ethan Gromet commented
    October 22, 2018 20:52

    Please add this feature!! :)

  • Roope Hovi commented
    October 28, 2018 17:28

    Hi, 👋I'm an engineer at Webflow and trying to understand your use cases better.

     

    I desperately need this. I have a musician directory sorted by instrument group. If the musician plays instruments from more than one instrument group there's no way for them to show up in both tabs! This is driving me crazy.

    Would it be possible if you had an Instruments collection and then having an "instruments" Multi-Reference field in your Musicians collection? This way, you could list all the musicians whose "instruments" contain one instrument on one tab and musicians whose "instruments" contain another instrument on the other tab?

     

    This would be super helpful! I have a People collection and on the About page, I use tabs to separate staff and board member bio cards. In the collection, I created a category for "Staff" and one for "Board Member." The President & CEO needs to appear on both the Board Member tab AND the Staff tab. If I had an "Or" option, I could classify him as "Board Member" but could also make him appear on the staff tab by using a conditional visibility filter that says Visible if Type is "Staff" OR Title is "President & CEO."

    This one sounds pretty similar. Would it help if you had Roles collection with items "Staff" and "Board Member" and had a Multi-Reference field to Roles in your People collection? Then, you could have one list with all the People whose "roles" contain Staff and another list of People whose "roles" contain Board Member.

  • Ethan Gromet commented
    November 06, 2018 01:42

    @Webflow any status on when this will be implemented?? I desperately need to add multiple filters to tab collection lists.

  • Ashley Creighton commented
    November 19, 2018 23:43

    Eeeeeeeee yes, three passionate votes from me 😍🙏😭

  • Matthew Sanderson commented
    01 May 13:26

    Just ran into a situation that really needs an "OR" condition too.. no votes left but +1 here too for what it's worth.

  • Sebastian Zimmer commented
    03 Jul 06:27

    Yes, please! Combinations of OR and AND would be sick. For example, a simple use case could be a collection list that displays musicans from sweden (drummer OR singer OR songwriter OR pianist AND sweden).

  • Official commented
    05 Aug 18:38

    This would be awesome!