Visibility of CMS content based on date range

Example use case: special offers that have a start and finish date – my clients have to manually show and hide the offer at the specific time which is very inconvenient (e.g. "offer closes at midnight" – they have to stay up to remove the offer).

This would also be very useful for an events list for example – once the event has occurred, it could automatically be removed/hidden. 

  • Matthew Sanderson
  • Jan 18 2017
CMS
  • Tobias Heilmann-Schuricht commented
    January 18, 2017 10:10

    Totally agree. At the moment we manually "turn off" items once they have passed the current date... automation would be very helpful here.

  • Pedro Alfonso commented
    January 20, 2017 03:15

    Yes! We need the ability to show/hide dynamic events based in a date range.

  • Vincent Bidaux commented
    July 03, 2017 15:39

    If there's several events per day, there is currently no way to hide the past events... Like departures. The only possible filtering is per day.

  • Vincent Bidaux commented
    November 13, 2017 09:10

    Also taking care of periods like "months". There is no way to filter things happening this monthor a given month or 6 months from now. All my callections of events hae a date field plus many text fields for months, days and other stuff related to dates. Like 2 fields for hours and minutes in international format.

  • Hywel Thomas commented
    February 10, 2018 13:01

    Only 13 votes? I would have thought we'd have a lot more by now...

  • Kjell Ruben S. commented
    August 06, 2018 20:13

    Yes this is a must have. I can't believe this is not on the wishlist already! 
    I have 4 websites that needs this today! 

  • Василий Никоноров commented
    November 15, 2018 13:28

    Need it a lot to represent items by years: 2012, 2013, 2014, etc.

  • Hamish Maclean commented
    November 24, 2018 03:17

    😬

  • Rebekah Daniels commented
    December 19, 2018 05:34

    Yes! I need to conditionally format date ranges on events spanning multiple days (November 30 - 31, rather than November 30 - November 31 for instance).

  • Mauricio commented
    19 Jul 19:44

    I think this is definitely a MUST idea. It will be so useful for events that last more than one day, for special offers that ends at a specific time, for calendars and much more!