Upload File Button in a Form

Allow visitors to a Webflow site to upload files through a Webflow form.

  • Jason Zucchetto
  • Jan 5 2017
  • Shipped
Designer / Forms / Other
  • Ben Dickens commented
    May 08, 2019 04:00

    Guys, not cool making this feature only available for business hosting feature. Lets make this accessible to everyone! Not worth the price to upgrade just to unlock this. 

  • John Minshall commented
    March 06, 2019 14:23

    Really feel this should be available for all accounts also, at least in some limited sense.

  • Pavel Gorin commented
    January 21, 2019 22:32

    Please please please allow regular paid accounts to use this. This can't be a business only feature. Just restrict the file size and quantity... it's a critical tool for many contact scenarios. Thank you!

  • Jen Armstrong commented
    November 29, 2018 00:16

    Really can't believe with all of these responses that this still isn't included with the CMS plan. Every time I have had a business want to do something simple like having users upload a resume on the site, when I tell them the monthly cost difference for this one feature, they laugh :-( 

  • Vic A Ruiz commented
    July 31, 2018 21:02

    This needs to be a feature of the CMS plan. In my case, we don't need any of the extra features from the Business plan. File upload is a normal feature of any form, we should not have to pay $20 / mo. for it. :(

  • Nicolas Winderickx commented
    July 13, 2018 19:01

    Please add this to other plans!

  • Anthony Goodison commented
    July 04, 2018 10:46

    I find the Webflow platform brilliant – but they obviously don't respect us.

    Why is the file upload functionality only included with a business plan?

    We're planning to invest a lot into Webflow in the future – but I'm anxious that it will seriously come back to bite us when I see unfair functionality limitations like this.

    Webflow, please can you reconsider this. You have many loyal customers – surely you can see this is not the way to treat them.

  • Christoffer Furnes commented
    July 04, 2018 07:14

    Only on business plan? Crapers!

  • Grant Senior commented
    July 04, 2018 00:27

    Hi Webflow, It's great that you've added file uploading to forms, but not so great that you have made it only accessible to Business plan hosting. CMS plan maybe, but not the Business plan. 

     

  • Specular Design commented
    July 03, 2018 20:56

    I agree with some of the other users that while I love Webflow and everything it offers, this is a little disappointing. Only allowing business plan users to access this feature seems unreasonable. I think it needs to be standard since you force hosting through your system.

  • Matthieu Layes commented
    July 03, 2018 20:02

    Shipped, ok.... but with such a disappointement !!!

    For the first time in years of using Webflow (and honestly being thrilled by its amazing evolution), I feel « betrayed ».

    This was a much requested feature by the community.

    Considering it’s a  pretty standard functionality with other platforms, it seemed more than reasonable to think it would be available with all paid hosting. 

    I would gladly accept less storage or a couple of small limitations in standard hosting plans, but this...

    Please Webflow team listen to the community... it seems I’m not the only one being disappointed.

    (and thanks for this great platform anyway :) )

  • Noah Raskin commented
    July 03, 2018 19:11

    I'm sorry, but as much as I love Webflow.. I think that is quite a foul move to only launch the upload feature for the business hosting plan. SMH.. I low-key feel cheated. More than DOUBLE the price to use that feature?? Unreal. I figured at LEAST with the CMS hosting plan makes sense but my god. Smh, so bummed!

  • Ambre Hadjez commented
    July 03, 2018 15:26

    WHAT?
    "This element requires Business Hosting"... 45 USD / Mo. I
    t's twice the price of my cellphone plan here in Paris, France.

    This is so unfair to small businesses / Blogs like us with no income.
    I'm sticking to UploadCare which is free and just as easy to integrate.

    Bad Webflow, Bad doggy !

  • Jen Armstrong commented
    July 03, 2018 15:23

    Yes, it's unfortunately true. It only comes with business hosting. I honestly can't believe this. No client of mine is going to pay an extra $25 a month just so a user can upload their resume. The $20/mo is already a tough pill for many of my clients to swallow. I love Webflow but this is such a huge disappointment.

  • Brad Poirier commented
    July 03, 2018 14:07

     @Guillaume I know ! I could understand at least CMS hosting plan... but what's the deal with the business hosting only package... if that's true... not sure. IF thats true, that's wack.

  • Guillaume Breux commented
    July 03, 2018 13:30

    What a disappointment to see this feature shipped only for business hosting :(

  • Noah Raskin commented
    May 14, 2018 22:36

    There are plenty of other things we could use an an upload option for a form other than Resumes and Cover letters. But I think this feature should also go hand in hand with being able to organize our assets folders. Currently there isn't any way to do this. Even being able to select multiple files at a time to perform the same function. For example deleting several unused files at one time instead of one by one. Anyway, organization for assets would be helpful and YES definitely can't wait for this upload feature!

  • Jake Segraves commented
    April 13, 2018 23:50

    I need this feature so that potential employees can upload resumes. I agree that since we pay for hosting this should be a standard feature. Thanks for getting on this year's roadmap.

  • Paul Howell commented
    March 27, 2018 19:25

    This would be great, especially within the forms feature. Allowing applicants to upload resume' and cover letters with their application and provide that as an attachment to notification emails. (hiring/career pages)

  • Noah Raskin commented
    February 10, 2018 01:07

    Would be great if this had a feature to link to a specific Dropbox folder as well. 

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