There are a few other posts about this in general but none of them explain how to make this a field so i can keep my other fields such as Title and Image.

I am making a video site, and the taxonomy 'category' has an image attached to each term. Therefore i want the number of nodes tagged with a specific category to show but also have all the other fields i use.

I tried solutions found here: Views and node count for taxonomy terms

The above suggestions seem to ignore my image and title fields i currently have styled

hope this makes sense

  • try this youtube.com/watch?v=w22Utjm-chs
    – shrish
    May 23, 2014 at 1:17
  • Thank You! With a bit of fumbling around after watching this video i got it. I was getting an error with my original fields, so i had to delete them and add them again. Luckily my custom text field with divs didn't need to change. Thanks for the tip!!!
    – Anon Ymous
    May 23, 2014 at 5:50
  • Anyone out there with the same issue: Setup the Relationship first ('Taxonomy term: Content with term '). Then set 'use aggregation' to yes. Once that is done, all newly created fields should show up with no errors
    – Anon Ymous
    May 23, 2014 at 5:52
  • in that case, You can update your question now. :)
    – shrish
    May 23, 2014 at 6:07
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    – Mołot
    May 23, 2014 at 6:45

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This video explains the process.

I found my old fields didn't work anymore once i added aggregation so, you might want to remember and fields and styling you have made because you might have to rebuild the fields once aggregation is turned on.

  1. add a relationship (under advanced tab) 'Taxonomy term: Content with term'.
  2. turn on aggregation (advanced tab at the bottom).
  3. create a field 'Taxonomy Term: Name'.
  4. add any other fields associated with the taxonomy such as image or any others you created.

Style everything and done!

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