A list with “radio” buttons to select product options. It allows customers to select only one option at a time. It’s best suited for data where only one reasonable variable should be assigned, like availability.

A Radio list example
A Radio list example

Available options

Option nameDescription
Data sourceWhere should the features for Radio lists come from?
Read more about data sources.
When to showAlways – a filter will always be displayed

Auto – a filter will be visible conditionally. Read more about content-aware filters.
Values orderIn what order should Radio list features be presented?

Alphabetically – sorts choices alphabetically

By counters – sorts choices by the total number of products assigned with that feature

By term order – determines the sort order of the terms using custom ordering. Custom ordering is supported by WooCommerce, but there are plugins that do this job as well. Currently, we don’t support these plugins.
Label for “Any”The “Any” choice is an additional option that will appear at the top of the radio button list. It is selected by default before the user makes their own choice. After selecting other filter items, the user can always revert to the initial configuration by choosing “Any”.
This option allows for the customization of the label to better fit the context.
Display the filter name in applied filtersIf the user selects a feature in the Radio list, it will also be displayed above the products in a special section called “Applied filters”.

With this option enabled, the “Filter name” and “Selected feature” will be displayed as shown in the screenshot below. Inversely, when the option is disabled, only the “Selected feature” will be shown.

Applied filters labels - example