Name Field should be editable

When creating a collection, the first Field "Name" is not editable.

It would be great to be able to edit it, in order to contextualize it, or in my case, translate it :)

  • Matthieu Layes
  • Jan 24 2017
  • Shipped
  • Apr 11, 2019

    Admin Response

    Hey all! This is now live. Check out our update for more details.

  • Al Olby commented
    July 24, 2018 19:17

    Totally agree, I need to translate it, it's rather a problem without the option to edit. Please Webflow team, this is needed.

  • Hamish Maclean commented
    September 04, 2018 08:47

    Please. This field is a loose cannon as it is

  • Hime kami commented
    December 06, 2018 20:59

    totally agree

  • Samuel Huwyler commented
    19 Feb 09:01

    yes, please.

  • Tobias Gärd commented
    08 Mar 09:27

    This is a must. Looks like a sloppy mistake when delivering this to non-english clients

  • Jessica Dekoning commented
    31 Mar 21:15

    This is super necessary, even for English speakers. My CMS is used as a property database and there are a number of employees entering data with whom I have no contact. I have no way to explain to them that this is where the URL is created, and demonstrate why consistency is important here. (Real world example - there's about three different listings with various arrangements of 'cozy two bedroom' as the Name)

    Webflow is normally three steps ahead of me (**thank you!**). I do hope in this case you are in the process of catching up and that this isn't a forgotten wish.

  • Duncan Hamra commented
    11 Apr 21:05


  • Hamish Maclean commented
    12 Apr 05:20

    Thanks WF

  • Jessica Dekoning commented
    13 Apr 18:35

    Not even two weeks later. Thanks a billion, Webflow.

  • Alice Packard commented
    22 Jun 17:44

    The next improvement should allow us to change the field type. Sometimes a single line of text isn't needed in a collection, nor should it be forever locked to the top of the stack of collection fields. Multiple times have I wanted a date-picker to be the first field.