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3. Dynamic Tag Flows

Flowbox supports dynamic flows based Tags. Read on to learn how to start using them today.

Dynamic Tag Flow

Tag Flows are a great way to dynamically extend your regular Flows. The two most common types of Dynamic Tag Flows are Filter Tag Flows (with buttons at the top) or Category Tag Flows (where all content sharing one or many tags is displayed).

Some examples of Filter Tag Flows:

Some examples of Category Tag Flows:


In order to create a Dynamic Flow based on tags, you need to first have collected posts with tags added in Moderate.

Filter Tag Flow embed script with buttons

Start out by including the flowbox.js script on your page. Copy this snippet and paste it in the <head> element:

<title>My webpage</title>
(function(d, id) {
if (!window.flowbox) { var f = function () { f.q.push(arguments); }; f.q = []; window.flowbox = f; }
if (d.getElementById(id)) {return;}
var s = d.createElement('script'), fjs = d.scripts[d.scripts.length - 1]; = id; s.async = true;
s.src = '';
fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(s, fjs);
})(document, 'flowbox-js-embed');

Then, you can go ahead and use the `window.flowbox`` function to display your Flows. To render a Filter Tag Flow on your webpage, copy and paste the snippet below wherever you want the Flow to show up.


As you can see, this code snippet example includes the buttons as well. If you want to copy and paste this code, you can easily edit data-tag and title in the <button> tag.

<div class="tags" style="display: flex;
justify-content: center;
margin-bottom: 50px;
cursor: pointer;">
<button style="margin: 5px;" data-tag="">All</button>
<button style="margin: 5px;" data-tag="football-shoes" class="active">Football Shoes</button>
<button style="margin: 5px;" data-tag="workout-clothes">Workout Clothes</button>
<button style="margin: 5px;" data-tag="football">Football</button>
<div id="js-flowbox-flow"></div>
window.flowbox('init', {
container: '#js-flowbox-flow',
function updateFlow (tag) {
window.flowbox('update', {
tags: [tag],

const buttons = document.querySelectorAll('button[data-tag]');

function clearButtonClasses () {
for (const button of buttons) {

for (const button of buttons) {
button.addEventListener('click', () => {
  • The buttons refer to the tag buttons at the top of the Flow. A tag button is created in this way: <button style="margin: 5px;" data-tag="TAG" class="active">NAME OF BUTTON</button>. Note: the tag name in the script must match the tag in Flowbox. If you wish to create an ‘All’ button, then leave the TAG field empty, like this: <button style="margin: 5px;" data-tag="" class="active">ALL</button>.
  • The container property refers to an element on your page, in this case the div element with id js-flowbox-flow .
  • The key property is the Flow key.

Here you can see the Dynamic Tag Flow that we just created in action:

Interactive example – switching between Tags

Check out this article to view another interactive example of switching tags in a Tag Flow!

Preview your Dynamic Tag Flow

When you create a new Dynamic Tag Flow, you can preview directly in the Flow settings to see exactly how it would look on site, and see what content will be served.

In order to preview the Dynamic Tag Flow, you need to:

  1. First, create/set up your Dynamic Tag Flow.
  2. Then click to open the Flow's Settings menu in the top right-hand corner.
  3. Enter the tag(s) in the Preview tags field.
  4. Choose between Any or All.
    1. Any will serve all posts tagged with any of your selected tags. I.e., if you select the tags 'football-shoes', 'football' and 'Zlatan', you will see all posts that have any of these tags, or a combination of them.
    2. All will only serve posts tagged with 'all' of your selected tags. I.e., if you select the tags 'football-shoes', 'football' and 'Zlatan', you will see only see posts that have all three of these tags.
  5. That's it! Flowbox will automatically load a preview of the Flow showing your tagged content.


Tagged posts in Flowbox are always displayed in order of 'most recently tagged' unless you have enabled our AI algorithm Flowscore to automatically sort content based on engagement.

As an example - you have 2 posts that you wish to apply the same tag for.

  • Post A was originally posted online in the last hour. You tag this post first.
  • Post B was shared online yesterday. You tag this post second.

These posts will now be sorted based on which you tagged most recently, even if Post A was originally shared first, Post B will always show up first in your Dynamic Tag Flow.