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
  • Shipped
  • Aug 4, 2020

    Admin response

    Good news! Now you can clean your interactions panel up by bulk selecting and removing all unused interactions and animations. Read more in our release notes.

  • Kevin Palombo commented
    5 Aug, 2020 04:58am

    Wow that's cool ! 😎

  • Matthew Craig commented
    6 May, 2020 12:07am

    I can see what elements have triggers / animations but I can't for the life of me find which animation is being used. It is from a template I purchased that has a huge amount of animations.

  • Thomas Murphy commented
    3 May, 2020 02:50pm

    need this like now... my interactions list is sooooo long (my bad for not clearing when playing around) and I really CAAAN'T sit and go through them all

  • Danijel Simon commented
    5 Apr, 2020 11:15pm

    YES YES YES YES

  • Thomas Joli-Coeur commented
    29 Mar, 2020 12:20pm

    WE 👪

    NEED 🙌

    THIS💁‍♀️

  • Nika S commented
    10 Feb, 2020 03:18am

    I also want to same thing, i want to use it on aboutpetgude any solutions?

    Regards

    Nika S

  • Jason Roach commented
    23 Nov, 2019 02:13am

    Any update on this?

     

     

  • Mark Berman commented
    14 Nov, 2019 10:35am

    Bring it please.

  • Braiins Systems commented
    3 Nov, 2019 07:05pm

    We need this!

  • Emanuel Mårdsjö commented
    9 Aug, 2019 06:58am

    My list of interactions quickly piles up. Sometimes interactions break, and you need to create new ones — it’s soon impossible to tell which ones are in use and which are not. A file structure and if inactive interactions were grayed out it would be easier. Also a button to clean them all up would be godsent. 

  • New Work City commented
    1 Aug, 2019 02:15pm

    I can understand Webflow's aim is to implement new things. But - please - don't forget things that also need to be addressed. Like this one in particular 

    @webflow - visit these pages more frequently 

  • Icy Leng commented
    26 Jul, 2019 04:30pm

    I think we are testing a lot of interactions, and it really slows down the designer a lot. hope there is a way to clean up all useless interactions at once

  • Mia Park commented
    16 Jan, 2019 06:07pm

    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.

  • Juraj Čarnecký commented
    19 Dec, 2018 10:34pm

    Must have feature.

  • Jesper Fagerlund commented
    5 Oct, 2018 02:12pm

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

  • Jesper Fagerlund commented
    5 Oct, 2018 02:11pm

    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... 

  • Jonathan Li commented
    17 Sep, 2018 03:51am

    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

  • Michael Parks commented
    20 Jun, 2018 11:49am

    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

  • Jesper Fagerlund commented
    28 May, 2018 12:28pm

    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.

  • Jonathan Friedman commented
    29 Apr, 2018 11:52am

    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.

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