Facing that problem now. I’d love to have an “FAQ” tag which users can filter by, simply by clicking FAQ at the top of the nav bar. To fix this, it looks like the category id needs to be fetched and then included in the url.
@nolo Did you manage to get any further with this?
Yes, @Ahmed_Gagan did a custom component: GitHub - Ahmedgagan/discourse-nav-tag-links
Could try this out and dm me with feedback. One thing that’s not ideal yet is that you can select the tag from the custom link. But you can’t de-select it by clicking again. Users would need to de-select from the tag drop-down, which is likely not that intuitive.
After thinking about alternative ways to solve this problem, I realised one solution could be to include a “reset” attribute in the list. In this example, I called it “Everything”, but you could call it All, or Clear – whatever makes sense
The main problem is that when you have a tag such as faq enabled, then it is appended to the url for latest automatically. The only way I can think of quickly solving this is to add another button to clear the tags