User login and registration functionality

Allows users to log into a site, and provide different functionality for logged in users (such as displaying their profile).

  • Sergie Magdalin
  • Dec 16 2016
  • Daniel Kaye commented
    January 18, 2017 11:33

    This would be extremely useful and has been consistently requested in the forum Wish List since April 2014.

    Integrating this type of system with Webflow's new password protected areas would be a strong next step and adding this to Webflow's platform would make it stand out, relative to its competitors. 

  • Marcus commented
    January 18, 2017 22:30

    That is a great Idea. Think about it, if a user could login in combination with the Wishlist Idea "E-commerce Support":

    1. If you are selling a physical product (clothes, jewellery, etc) the user could see the progress from the shipping
    2. If you are selling a digital product (PDF, video course, article, etc) the user could access his purchases again
    3. You could give the user access to specific content (static page, collection (CMS), section, container, div element, etc)
    4. If you are offering a subscription to the user they could change their billing type (from monthly to annual) or even their contact details, etc

    And they are only some of the possibilities. What would you use it for?

  • Jaro Quastenberg commented
    January 19, 2017 08:07

    need need need this!

  • Christoph Wisotzki commented
    January 19, 2017 10:01

    Please do this!

  • Christoph Wisotzki commented
    January 19, 2017 10:07

    https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/DESIGNER-I-11

    Allows users to log into a site, and provide different functionality for logged in users (such as displaying their profile).

    In combination with the ability to let users generate content.

  • Christoph Wisotzki commented
    January 19, 2017 10:08

    https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-159

    Allows users to log into a site, and provide different functionality for logged in users (such as displaying their profile).

    In combination with the ability to let users generate content.

  • Roy Munin commented
    January 20, 2017 23:03

    Strongly agree that this could be a game changer for Webflow. Allowing designers to build beautiful custom UGC sites with no code would be a revolution. I would definitely use this for my main community websites, for example to build a job board.

    I would make profile sections so people can set their status - (seeking job/hiring/raising money etc. so we can help); A personalized event sections so people can follow events and opportunities relevant for them; And a way for people to collect and save the information they discover on our site (events, companies, people they should meet, FAQ articles to read again etc)

  • Daniel Adams commented
    January 21, 2017 07:57

    This would be an awesome feature! One step closer to fully fledged web apps!

  • Michael Wurst commented
    January 22, 2017 12:19

    That would be a great feature :D! 

  • Gabriel Brodersen commented
    January 23, 2017 21:17

    Would be very useful!

  • TomTom commented
    January 25, 2017 12:21

    +1 on this!!

  • Alexander Wong commented
    January 25, 2017 18:12

    This is definitely great, but having built SaaS systems, this isn't something's that so easy to be done. Password protecting pages and user authentication are 2 very different things. I would suggest Webflow team to build this as a separate product altogether, instead of combining them.

    I can already how much of a development nightmare this could be.

  • Jason commented
    February 5, 2017 23:35

    I bet if webflow merged all the logon, username/pw and/or secure pages posts into one, this would be at the top. 

  • Luca commented
    February 6, 2017 22:14

    Generally speaking, it would be great to be able to design not just responsive sites in webflow, but also multi-platform web applications. For example, there's a lot of buzz about progressive web apps right now. Besides users authentication, Webflow could at some point offer a plan to allow more complex stuff to get done. There's tools to build native apps already, but to my knowledge, nothing that allows to build new-generation web apps yet. I'd love to do it in webflow. For example I'd love to be able to sell digital products and give customers access to them via some sort of authentication. Thanks. The Wishlist site is a fantastic idea, you guys are always ahead! 

  • Niko Grabow commented
    February 10, 2017 02:47

    +3 We´re hardly need this feature for our clients

  • Abram Popov commented
    February 10, 2017 05:13

    +3, I have been asking for this on the forums for over a year - IT WOULD BE AMAZING.

  • Grobigger Creative Agency commented
    February 17, 2017 19:56

    I don't ask for much, in fact, theres only 3 things I've ever wanted, "Search Functionality, The Ability to transfer classes and styles between webflow sites, and User login and registration! OMG! Please make this happen webflow, it would be a game changer. Cant believe more people haven't voted this in yet.. this is hugeeeeee!

  • Grobigger Creative Agency commented
    February 17, 2017 19:57

    can i just add all of my 15 votes to this lol

  • Ply P commented
    February 22, 2017 01:19

    This is what membership site looks like, awesome webflow cannot miss it.

  • Rebecca Johnston-Gilbert commented
    February 23, 2017 21:59

    Yes, please!!!

  • Paul Renshaw commented
    March 8, 2017 14:44

    I just wanted to point out that webflow.com has the 'Made in Webflow' badge and we can all log in to webflow... How did they make that happen? *sarcasm*

  • Arslan Akhmedov commented
    March 18, 2017 10:56

    I think about implementation, and it can be like:

    1) Customizable user sign up page that adds user in database and adds data from 'User Collection' ('name, e-mail, 'age' e.t.c)

    2) in Designer, we can use this data from 'User collection', to show name, e-mail, on account page, on top of the site, e.t.c

    3) We can create something like 'individual collection of references' for him, like 'rules' or 'tags', and then show/hide content depending on this tags

    4) For example, if user bought 'some shoes', we can assign tag 'bought some shoes', and add the reference to 'some shoes' and then in designer select 'Display if 'bought some shoes' and 'Get content from <reference item('some shoes')>'

    5) So in this case we can create special page, like 'my purchase', or 'my orders', or it can be 'my downloadable resources', 'my lessons', ANYTHING. 

    If you will do this, this will be the end of Wordpress.

     

  • Leeanne Mullins commented
    April 6, 2017 00:39

    Please offer this soon! Much needed!

  • Ben Parker commented
    April 12, 2017 15:18

    I would LOVE to have this option available. To be able to display elements to logged in users would be terrific. 

     

  • Timothy Noah commented
    April 19, 2017 11:10

    Working on a project now that could really use this functionality. Any movement on whether your planning on building this out?

  • Wim Timmermans commented
    May 3, 2017 08:09

    Very necessary. 

  • Dariusz Kasica commented
    May 8, 2017 07:52

    This is one of the key features of any serious CMS system which is content driven website - to have users that can add content and have roles in managing the content. 
    If Webflow wants to stand out from the row where FREE CMS systems offer that feature, This feature is the must. Also the main commercial competitor of Webflow offers this, so why is it still under consideration while it is on the first page of the MOST WANTED features ???
    It should be in development already.

  • Daniel Kaye commented
    May 9, 2017 15:58

    We would be grateful if Admin could provide an update on this.After all, it is one of the most popular and wished for items in the entire Wish List (currently seventh) and Admin haven't provided any indication of the potential for this feature since it was posted in December last year.

    As many have said, this would be a total 'game changer' for Webflow. It would open so many additional doors and functionality possibilities. Admin have in the distant past said this type of feature would be notably difficult to implement, but in my view, in order for Webflow to move to the next level and compete effectively, this feature is a necessity rather than a 'nice to have'. 

  • Abram Popov commented
    May 9, 2017 23:28

    Very exciting feature! I was searching for a way to piece together this functionality, but no need if you make it native.

    +3

    May we kindly have a update on this feature?

  • John Carter commented
    May 16, 2017 14:13

    This is definitely a must-have feature. I'm in the process of developing a site for a distributor that, in the future, would like to offer personalized pages for each of her clients to access information only available to them. A simple sign in page with their own username and password (or even just a unique password is given to them) to access that info. 

  • Bruno Schenk commented
    May 20, 2017 07:58

    This would be a great USP feature. An user account management is needed:

    1. Sign up can be design by designer or re-use google or Facebook login
    2. Sign in with e-mail address and password
    3. Forgot Link
    4. Account management CMS collection
  • Karl Löfdahl commented
    May 24, 2017 10:10

    Does anyone have any idea about the status if this feature, or if this is even likely to become a real thing in the near future or at all?
    This is a potential show stopper for lots of our projects

  • Scott Van Zandt commented
    May 26, 2017 01:33

    This would be great! However, if done wrong it could really make things confusing. 

  • Max Del Vita commented
    July 11, 2017 00:52

    Needed

  • Harald Vogl commented
    July 19, 2017 21:21

    YES YES, PLEASE. Front end user handling for restricted areas with content like download material would be great, especially for our b2b clients. Also cms backend users with different rights, e. g. for language areas could be a great deal. This would allow us to switch really big projects to Webflow.

  • Joseph Rios commented
    July 29, 2017 17:25

    If I also need it ... webflow is already time to take the next step. you can

  • Grace Ong commented
    August 4, 2017 07:44

    This function would be heaven for me. So much so that I feel guilty asking for it! How dare I dream of using such high level function with pathetic amount of web programming knowledge. It's criminal enough that I have taken so much advantages from this incredible platform that Webflow's geniuses created. 

  • Grace Ong commented
    August 4, 2017 08:13

    All I need is login function and display individual profile. Can I have that please?

  • Jason Leocata commented
    August 10, 2017 23:56

    Would be pretty amazing if Webflow could integrate this functionality with Firebase! Authentication, Real time database...

    We could literally started to build anything! 

  • Natália Matteoni commented
    August 15, 2017 11:09

    I NEED THIS!!

  • Craig Keeling commented
    August 15, 2017 16:28

    I love this idea so much

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