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SelectedFilters creates a selectable filter UI view displaying the current selected values from other components. This component is useful for improving selection accessibility of other components.

Example uses:

  • displaying all the user selected facet filters together in the main view area for better accessibility.
  • building mobile responsive views where it is not practical to show all the UI components in the main view.


Basic Usage

	<selected-filters />

Usage with All Props

    clearAllLabel="Clear filters"



Type Optional
boolean Yes

Defaults to true. When set to true, displays an additional button to clear all the filters


Type Optional
boolean Yes

Defaults to 'Clear All'. Sets the label for the clear all button.


Type Optional
string Yes

Can be used to set a title


Type Optional
boolean Yes

When set to true and clearAll functionality is utilised, then it would set the filter's value to its default set value(the defaultValue prop) instead of null/ undefined. Defaults to false.


Type Optional
Object Yes

It is a map of componentId to the component's value which would be used to set the component's value when clearAll action gets called. For example, the following configuration would reset the AuthorFilter to Nora Roberts on clearAll action.

        'AuthorFilter': ['Nora Roberts']


Type Optional
Array Yes

allows defining a list of component IDs, which would reset their values when clearAll action gets triggered.

The following example instructs the SelectedFilters component to not reset the searchbox component's value when clearAll button is clicked by the user.


Note: The clearAllBlacklistComponents prop has priority over resetToValues and resetToDefault props which means component would retain its current value and would ignore the values defined in resetToValues map or defaultValue prop.

Most ReactiveSearch filter components have a prop showFilter (defaults to true) which can be used to control whether the component's selected state appears in the SelectedFilters component. There is also a filterLabel prop which controls how that component is displayed.


The showFilter and filterLabel prop updates are only reflected if the underlying query of the associated component has changed.

As an example, check MultiList usage to see how showFilter and filterLabel can be used.



Type Optional
function Yes

Provides access to the current selected values. This enables you to retrieve the selected filters and current search state in a convenient way.


Type Optional
function Yes

a callback function which will be called when a particular filter(value) has been removed from the selected filters, provides the component and value.


SelectedFilters component supports innerClass prop with the following keys:

  • button

Read more about it here.


SelectedFilters component can be extended to customize the look and feel with className.

<selected-filters className="custom-class" />


Type Optional
String Yes

CSS class to be injected on the component container.

  • slot ( Default Slot )

Enables custom rendering for SelectedFilters component. It provides an object as a param which contains all the props needed to render the custom selected-filters, including the functions to clear and update the component values. You can find the example at here.

It accepts an object with these properties:

  • components: Array<String> array of componentIds which have got showFilter set to true.
  • selectedValues: Object map of components' Ids and their updated values.
  • clearValues: Function - () => void function to clear all selected filters.
  • clearValue: Function - (String) => void function to clear a selected filter's value. It takes the componentId as a param.
  • setValue: Function - (String, Any) => void function to set a component's value. It takes the componentId and value(to set) as parameters.
  • resetValuesToDefault: Function - (Array<String>) => void function to reset values of the selected filters to their default values. It accepts an Array of componentIds to avoid resetting their values.