Upload Open Graph Images

Please allow for an upload of an Open Graph image from the page settings panel.

Currently I have a page to host pages Open Graph images (as per this advice) and this workaround is time consuming. 

Social sharing is of high impact to all of my clients - social channel drives a significant number of leads, signups and sales, so being able to rapidly test and optimise the OG image is high impact stuff for myself and my clients.

  • Nick Soper
  • Jan 24 2017
  • Reviewed
  • Matan Assulin commented
    2 Nov, 2023 08:25pm

    Hey I just noticed this wishlist item...

    I kind of have a small solution for this, I didnt directly try and solve this but I have built an option to add a button to have the same open graph image url as your home page... this is an interesting wishlist item, I might go about building it... you can checkout this site to learn about my chrome extension for webflow developers which has some other features too


  • Alex Dixon commented
    22 May, 2023 08:59pm

    It's a small thing, but super annoying on every project.

    Ideally, we'd have the option to:

    • Upload a new image file for a specific page.

    • Select an image file from the assets directory for a specific page.

    • Globally select a default asset for every page (which can then be overridden per page)

  • Yassine Khial commented
    7 Apr, 2022 02:12pm

    You could also use the custom code section to inject a dynamic image url into the og image meta and auto-generate open graph images with a tool like Abyssale

  • Pablo Armentano commented
    5 Oct, 2020 04:44pm


    Although this should be implemented in Webflow as native feature beacuse it's really a low effort fix (you can even put a upload button on the Open Graph field or even a Template Files upload in project settings).

    Workaround For Designers: You can put your image in dropbox, copy the public link and switch ?dl=0 for ?raw=1 . That's it.

  • Tim Dawson commented
    15 Jun, 2020 02:45am

    Embarassing handing over a site to a client, and having them comeback with 'where do I host the open graph imagery'.

    This should be a priority. The last thing I want to do is be responsible for uploading the clients content in a CMS i'm providing them. :(

  • Øyvind Østmo commented
    22 Oct, 2019 01:20am

    Ye this is an issue every time I launch a new site. I have to get the client to send me all the OG images for me to upload them to Assets and then copy-paste in the URLs. Uploading an image to this field from the Editor seems like a very trivial development task - got 10 minutes @webflow to help us out? :) 

  • Brent Lagerman commented
    3 Jan, 2019 05:28pm

    been a while since this was requested, it seems so easy!!

  • Handbuilt Developer commented
    4 Dec, 2017 10:56pm

    or, should be able to select from uploaded assets...

  • Murray Heidebrecht commented
    15 Mar, 2017 03:36pm

    I agree! As a designer, I need to be able to select an Open Graph image for a page directly without having to cut and paste the URL.

  • Kai Schneider commented
    21 Feb, 2017 10:46am

    I think you can just upload the image to your sites assets. Then click the little gear icon and next to the file name there is a button that opens the image in a new tab. Just copy the url and use it in the open graph image settings.

    Of course it would be more easy to just have a upload button next to the open graph image setting :)

  • Frederick Hofmann commented
    27 Jan, 2017 10:43am

    true true, it's copy and paste of export urls right now, if you don't host with webflow.

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