As a follow-up to custom dynamic list ranges, you can now filter dynamic lists using a start date of “Today,” (i.e., the day a person views them).
This lets you create dynamic lists and pages that update automatically over time. So, you could create lists of events for “today” or “next week,” or highlight your top blog posts from “last year.”
Even better, if you filter by automatic fields like “created on,” your dynamic list will update automatically as your clients add and change items. This works as you’d expect with dynamic list ranges and pagination.
Let us know if you have questions, comments, or bug reports!
Note: CMS-driven websites are cached for 12-hour periods, so date-sensitive content will update twice in one day.