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I have a fairly straightforward view. Ie. Display nodes that are published & of content type X. Then sort by date.

It does however, have a relationship to a Vocabulary so that I can get access to the taxonomy image to display.

The result is a view that displays duplicate nodes if there is more than one taxonomy term of that vocab tagged on it.

How can I remove these duplicates?

I've tried the Query settings Distinct/Pure Distinct to no avail.

I'm also looking at this, but I'm hoping for a different solution. Views relationship outputting duplicate nodes?

Update I had seen the Views distinct module (suggested in an answer now) and should have added it to the possible solutions. I'm still hoping for a "I just didn't know how to configure the view properly" kind of solution, as it feels like there must be a way to do this in Views instead of adding another module.

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https://www.drupal.org/project/views_distinct

use this module and configure the settings in the view Field. enter image description here

This will remove those duplicates from your view. do this for the duplicated field items.

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  • Oh right. I had seen this and should have added it to the possible solutions. I'm still hoping for a "I just didn't know how to configure the view properly" kind of solution, as it feels like there must be a way to do this in views instead of adding another module. But I'll do this for now, as it seems like the best option I can find. Thanks. – brian Dec 15 '16 at 20:50
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    we all had this issue.That's why Drupal View_Distinct module came in. the module description says it all. cheers! – danuddara Dec 15 '16 at 20:56
  • ahh. Hadn't read that. In good company I guess. :) – brian Dec 15 '16 at 21:22

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