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I'm using Pods plugin (ver 2.2) to create some 'Pods' or Advanced Content Types, as they would refer to it.

I created a pod called dj's. I've added three 'cattegories' at dj's called by the stage they're performing (Mainstage, outdoors, club). So in each stage there are other dj's playing. So what I'm trying to do is display those dj's by the stage they're playing.

<?php
$djs = pods('djs');
$djs->find('name');    
?>  

<ul>
<?php
while ( $djs->fetch() ) :
// set our variables
$name= $djs->field('name');
$permalink= $djs->field('permalink');
?>
<li><?php echo $name; ?></li>
<?php endwhile; ?> 
</ul>
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Where is your question? – GhostToast Aug 23 '13 at 18:14
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How can I do that...? – user1211376 Aug 23 '13 at 18:18

Try the 'groupby' option in find(), like 'groupby' => 'stage.id'

http://pods.io/docs/code/pods/find/

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