A new expansion to an existing feature has landed on the official online LEGO store, making it easier than ever to find specific sets.
When looking for models on LEGO.com, an option appears on the right of the desktop webpage to sort the results by a range of parameters. This includes the usual options that you’ll find on other websites including sorting by price, recommended, review rating, newest and alphabetically.
However, you’ll now see an additional option on that list which you’re unlikely to find on many other retailers. You can now sort the results by the piece count from highest to lowest, giving a different set of results from when you search just for the highest price.
This small addition to the official online store might be opening the doors for other parameters to sort results by in future, such as the number of minifigures, age rating and more.
This and the recent revamp of the system used to redeem VIP points for vouchers are examples of how the official online store is becoming more accessible over time.