I want to create a view that returns all nodes of type X. Beneath each node I want to return the comments for that node as well.

  • Node 1
    1. Comment 1
    2. Comment 2
    3. Comment 3
  • Node 2
    1. Comment 1
  • Node 3
    1. Comment 1
    2. Comment 2

Something like above. Is that possible?

3 Answers 3


Create a new View, Give it a Name

  • Select "comments" for the show option
  • Display Formats should be Unformatted of Fields -- Not Comments
  • Hit Continue & Edit
  • In d7 the content relationship is going to be added for you automatically (just be aware)
  • Add a new field (Content: Title) -- You might want to exclude it from display
  • Under the Format settings there's going to be a Grouping field option, select Content: Title.
  • Save Your View.

That should do it. Sorry is so plain, the views UI is not the easiest to explain, if I tried this post will be insanely long. I try capturing the key details.

Hope this helps.

  • The problem with your solution is that your returning the LAST comments (and associate the comment to its node). But not the LAST nodes (and associate their comments).
    – FR6
    Dec 22, 2011 at 17:15

You may be able to create a comment view (select View Type:Comment when creating the view).

Then add a relationship using Comment:Node, and add the comment and node title fields to the view.

Then set a filter on Node:Type = 'X'.

  • Would I not get the the Node title field on each comment?
    – Jeff
    May 12, 2011 at 15:10
  • I haven't tested, but you might be able to prevent that with grouping options. Or a different approach - create a Node Type view and set a relationship to comments. Either way, you're going to need to make a relationship between node and comment.
    – pushka
    May 13, 2011 at 10:32

You can also create a simple node view and then in the Format section choose show content and then when you get to select the display (Full content, Teaser etc) tick the 'show comments' box.

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