I have used Query Param + CMS filter on the filter page and some JS on the form page to pass the values to the URL.
hey @rasheedosalem! There is no need to add the Query Param Attribute for this setup.
CMS Filter is powerful enough to apply these params to the filters and load the filtered list.
Actually, it’s my mistake I was adjusting the filters but forgot to hit the submit button. Silly mistake, but it’s working now.
However, if I don’t implement the query parameters as you advised, it seems that the default filter settings, specifically the initial options, are overriding the transferred values.
Thank you for your quick response Luis.