Clean Up unused interactions button

I love the "clean up" button inside the style manager menu, but what if the same could be done for interactions that aren't being used by any elements?

Alternatively, maybe a way to see which site elements are using each interaction that has been created (from interactions list)?

  • Brendan Laird
  • Sep 26 2017
  • Ethan Apalis commented
    January 05, 2018 22:55

    I'm surprised not too many people have voted for this. I'd really like this to be considered as I have an interactions tab that is chock-full with legacy interactions. For a lot of them, I don't know if they are in use or not. Thanks for posting this, I hope it gets more light soon!

  • Jonathan Friedman commented
    April 29, 2018 11:52

    This is kind of Webflow's true power... a little shocked/surprised it's missing. Same with how you can't organize (or even sort!) interactions. Feels half-baked.

  • Jesper Fagerlund commented
    May 28, 2018 12:28

    I would love this too... just too much scrolling down old interactions in a design during development, and when it goes live: it is a mess.

  • Michael Parks commented
    June 20, 2018 11:49

    Yap, totally need this. My interactions list on a couple of projects is looking bloated to say the least.

    Also a question: Do we load the all the interaction CSS/JS if the interaction is not used?

    Obviously if so, then this becomes more urgent. Thanks @Webflow

  • Jonathan Li commented
    September 17, 2018 03:51

    Agreed. Would love to see this feature added in. I always have the urge to clean up old animations, but then constantly risk accidentally deleting an animation that occurs somewhere else throughout the site.

    This would be a massive QoL improvement

  • Jesper Fagerlund commented
    October 05, 2018 14:11

    Yes please. We are experimenting a lot while developing the site, and in the end have the right interactions in place. But often we have 20-50 interactions, that were abandoned, but nobody dares to touch them, in case... 

  • Jesper Fagerlund commented
    October 05, 2018 14:12

    And I already commented on this I see... ha. There you go. An ongoing pain. 

  • Juraj Carnecky commented
    December 19, 2018 22:34

    Must have feature.

  • Mia Park commented
    16 Jan 18:07

    Yes please. With multiple iterations and users, our interactions get out of control. I also wonder if a growing interactions list slows down the performance of the tool itself. We've got some slooooow prototypes here.