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I am using the Paragraphs module and I want to show the paragraphs of one type at the beginning of the view and the paragraph of a different type at the end. How do I distinguish paragraphs of different types (since the field name is the same)?

I see that they are doing it here but my view doesn't have those options : https://www.drupal.org/node/2592021

ALSO I want to be able to insert this view of paragraphs into a view of the corresponding content. How can I do that?

  • Is your base view of Paragraphs, or Node? Might explain why some options are missing. – Kevin Jan 11 '17 at 19:44
  • @Diana did you try my answer? – No Sssweat Jan 12 '17 at 2:28
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You need to create a brand new view. Go to /admin/structure/views/add

For Show: select Paragraph Items

Once in the View, add fields, and you should be able to add Paragraphs item: [Name]

but I want to see the content that has these paragraphs, not just the paragraphs

Then you will need to use Views Fields View to embed this view as a field in your other (node) view.

You will need to add a contextual filter of nid (to this paragraphs view).

Now in our other view (Node view) add views embed view as a field.

I think there is an option (checkbox) to automatically pass the contextual filter of your current node view to the embed view.

If not, simply add nid as a field in your node view, then when you add the view embed view field, use the replacement pattern of the nid as contextual filter.

  • but I want to see the content that has these paragraphs, not just the paragraphs – Diana Dec 28 '16 at 16:14
  • That is what the views field view part is for. 1) Create a view of content that contains paragraphs. 2) One of the fields or that view should be another view that displays paragraph content for each individual node. If you don't have a good grasp on how this works, I recommend looking for a tutorial on the Views Field View module. – lukedekker Jan 11 '17 at 17:59

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