Publish a Single CMS Item

I would like to publish a single CMS item, instead of re-publishing my entire site.

  • Sergie Magdalin
  • Jan 5 2017
  • Shipped
  • May 11, 2017

    Admin response

    We shipped the ability to publish individual CMS items using the API. We're working on Zapier integration and a way to publish items in the CMS Collection UI. 

  • Eric Palhof commented
    7 May 10:08am

    Webflow rescinded the ability to publish a form submission live to CMS which I was able to do in V1 using zapier or MAKE. It now only goes to Stage to publish. Why can't you just build a component that will quickly allow us to do this. When you suspended development on Flow Logic that was disappointing but a feature that gives us the ability to go live to CMS when someone submits from a form would greatly enhance Webflow. There is so much that can be done with such a component with the membership feature.

  • Hyphae Admin commented
    17 Sep, 2020 10:24pm

    can you all ALSO up-vote this one below. It just does not make sense that when publishing design changes to 1 domain, the CMS content gets published to all domains!

    Ability to publish CMS content to specific Domains

    in my humble opinion, this is a bug! again... prefixing it all with ALL DUE RESPECT to Webflow Team, which makes so many amazing things happen! I am grateful to you all but as a paying customer I would like this fixed!

  • Martha McMillan commented
    31 Aug, 2020 06:12am

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  • Matthew P Munger commented
    22 Mar, 2018 05:05pm

    This feature has shipped.

  • Markus J. commented
    23 May, 2017 12:14pm

    Ability to do that in the CMS editor urgently needed. Or how can I make use of the API – not without investing in programming, right?

  • Channing Hinton commented
    12 May, 2017 09:06pm

    I'm SO excited about this.

  • Channing Hinton commented
    5 Apr, 2017 10:02pm

    It would help if there was a one-click publish option via some sort of app or even a function call.  If you could send a command to a site and publish without having to login, that would save a world of work across many sites updating via Zapier.

  • Stephen Lechner commented
    10 Mar, 2017 09:00pm

    Not being able to make simple text updates without re-publishing an ENTIRE site is extremely frustrating, especially if someone is working in designer and another team member is working in editor.

  • Daniel Mcleay commented
    15 Feb, 2017 09:52pm

    Voting for this, without this feature the api is useless in my opinion as it still needs someone to login and publish the site??? The Api should not have been released without this feature. I have invested money and time into getting a developer to build out a custom module for my company only for it to be completely useless as our clients still have to manually publish everything. Is anyone using the api? I think that many people will not without this feature.

  • Channing Hinton commented
    7 Feb, 2017 09:24pm

    Again, voting for this item.  100+ websites in the coming future all updating dynamically via Zapier so my clients can keep their sites updated themselves

  • Markus J. commented
    18 Jan, 2017 07:15pm

    Yes – there should  be the option to 'Save & Publish' in addition to 'Save' for each CMS item. It would be a much faster way of working sometimes.

  • Lawcomm Solicitors commented
    18 Jan, 2017 01:14pm

    Or a single page. Any individual change basically i.e.

    When you click the publish dropdown, it would show a list of every individual change not yet published for you to (de)select.

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