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Multi-Taxonomy Selection

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  • Version 9
    Roelf Landman
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    Hi,

    I think a multiple taxonomy selection would be amazing.

    How it would work :
    We have the standard main categories and location search already implemented and with the listing packages you can limit the amount of categories gets utilized by the client.
    However by being able to add a taxonomy with a multiple select feature in the listing page and advanced search, a user will be able to execute their search more accurately. I will give a little example. I do however use RT to create a accommodation directory but have DT also and i am very sure it will be beneficial to most, if not all of the themes.

    Example :
    A user is searching the site and executes his search as below.

    CATEGORY = Guest House
    COUNTRY = Belgium
    STATE = Antwerp
    CITY = Boom
    (now comes the multi-select taxonomy)
    SUITABILITY = Pets Allowed
    = Disabled Friendly
    = Suitable for Children
    TYPE OF STAY = Honeymoon
    = Business
    = Family

    The user will now get a GUEST HOUSE in BOOM, ANTWERP, BELGIUM that is suitable for PETS, DISABLED and CHILDREN for his HONEYMOON, BUSINESS TRIP or FAMILY VACATION.

    This will reducing browse time and speed up the search in a whole with more accuracy. The client will also be able to define their listing in more detail by selecting these applicable option in the add listing form.

    I have also posted this on the Features Request Board : https://ideas.premiumpress.com/idea/multiple-taxonomy-selection/

    Thanks,
    Roelf

    August 28, 2013 at 3:59 pm
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    August 29, 2013 at 2:32 am