We just pushed a handy autocompleter for quickly filtering your buckets.
4 months ago
Nice, I just noticed this - thanks!
Now, I'd like to see my buckets sorted by date of modification :)
when will the mature content filter be introduced?
Nice title ;)
Yeah, thats a great new feature! handy :D
Excellent, this really comes in handy.
Cool! Keep adding those neat details :)
And it works great. Digging the feature.
What Manu Gamero ☁ said... did you guys get rid of that? I liked it quite a bit, but I guess alphabetical order works as well.
Looks like @Eric R. Mortensen get's a secret Dribbble feature in this shot.
Lovely. Though I'm a bad "bucketeer".
Neat! Now I can have a shit tone of buckets and filter 'em no problem! Thanks @Dribbble!
3 months ago
Repeat after me: Iterate, iterate, iterate... :P
Can you take the pagination off the bucket page? Either use infinite scroll or put more buckets on one page, I have 20+ buckets so have to go through pages and pages to find the one I want as it's listed by date created
Infinite scroll across the site please!
The filter is great, but can you have it so it auto focuses on the input field? Makes it easy to hit bucket and type the name of the bucket.
Because you can't categorize Buckets, I have mine named with things like "Type : Sans-serif" / "Type : Display" / "Type : Ambigram". This feature currently doesn't allow me to search "Ambi--" and have my Ambigram Bucket show up. Is there a way to change the search filter to "has any" rather that "is exactly"?
@Damaris Alfonso We used to order by most recently used bucket since there was now way to get directly to a commonly-used bucket. Since you can get there quickly by typing a few characters now, we thought it would be easier to have some meaning to the order of the buckets.
@Murat Mutlu You're right that navigation on our buckets pages need some work, I'll add that to our to-do list.
@Mandy McClausky We were trying to keep noise out of the results, but we'll take a look at improving the search logic to (hopefully) get the best of both worlds.
Thanks for the feedback, folks!
And thank you for providing us with such a great community! :)
That absolutely makes sense; I'm already used to it.
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