Component Groups

Component Groups let you group relevant sub-components together, keeping your page clean and easily digestible for end users. For a few example use cases, head over to our blog post on component groups.

Enabling Component Groups Within The Add-On Store

The Component Groups feature is available to users on all plans. To enable the feature, you'll first need to head to the Add-On Store and click 'enable' on Component Groups. If you want to turn this feature off later, you can do so by going back to the Add-On Store and disabling it.

Enable Add-On

Creating A Component Group

To get started with Component Groups, navigate to Components and click to Add A Component. As part of the component creation screen, you'll be able to create both the new component and the component group at the same time.

Create New Component Group

Add A New Component To A Group

With your new group added, you'll now be able to associate any new components with the right group. When creating the new component, simply select the existing group from the dropdown menu.

Add An Existing Component To A Group

If you're migrating an existing component into component groups, all you need to do is Edit the component and then associate the component with a new or pre-existing group.

Edit Existing Component

Reorder Children Components Within A Group

Re-ordering children components within a group is simple - click to edit the component group and then into Reorder Children. You'll be able to use the draggable icons on the right hand side to re-order the components how you see fit.

Reordering Child Components

Calculating The Group's Status

A component group inherits the status of the most severely degraded child component. It is not possible to override the status at the group level.