Following up on our last batch of updates, we’ve made a final round of updates to interactions that should make it a lot easier to reuse interactions across your project.
Here’s the quick overview, with more detail on each update below:
Note: Before this update, you could reuse interactions by “replacing elements” in an animation with other elements or classes. Since these updates make that process a lot simpler, we’re phasing that option out.
As promised, now you can add our new interactions to items within a Collection List, making it easy to create repeating interactions on the CMS-driven sections of your project.
Now when you select an action in your animation, you can specify that action to affect:
We’ve also added the option to apply interactions triggers to all elements with the same class (along with the existing option to apply triggers to a specific element on the page) which gives you the control to quickly apply common interactions across repeating elements like buttons, headlines, and more.
For more details and some step by step examples, check out our guide to reusing interactions on Webflow University.
We’ve added some long-awaited new features to Interactions 2.0 that should make reusing interactions across your project a whole lot easier.