Google reCAPTCHA v3 and v2 (invisible)

At the moment, webflow only supports Google reCAPTCHA v2 (checkbox) as mentioned on webflow university.


But it would even better to have reCAPTCHA v2 (invisible), as it does not require the 'I'm not a robot' checkbox. So, we would be able to design forms seamlessly with the rest of the site design (see attached image for an example).


However, if webflow could incorporate reCAPTCHA v3, then it would provide site owners with even more control and insight about their website visitors (both bots & humans). This would be a great selling point for us and webflow!


What do you guys think?

  • Rohan Ganachari
  • Oct 29 2019
  • Reviewed
  • Colin Martin commented
    2 Jun 01:16pm

    4 years later and still on v2 - is Webflow still keeping up with development?

  • Sarah Kouch commented
    26 May 03:32pm


  • Smokeball Marketing commented
    11 May 04:49pm

    Please prioritize this!

  • Nic Warrington commented
    12 Apr 01:07pm

    I have an enterpise client that needs this +1

  • Imran Mughal commented
    3 Apr 01:32pm


  • Bill MacKay commented
    28 Mar 09:26pm

    Throwing my support in for this as well. Desperately needed.

  • Dustin Balint commented
    22 Mar 08:58pm

    Just adding yet another voice to this. I'm having to choose between getting plagued with spambots or having a very visible and tacky reCAPTCHA box show on all forms. C'mon Webflow—pretty please with sugar on top?

  • Dave Cruickshank commented
    1 Mar 10:57pm

    Seems quite silly that we should have to vote for a feature like this. Implementing the latest Recaptcha from Google should be an automatic line-item on the developers roadmap when a new version comes out. This is a no brainer. NO ROBOT prompts are passé.

  • Ruud van der Linden commented
    19 Feb 12:21pm

    Why is this still not implemented?! Why can't your hundreds of employees get something like this done?

  • Franco Caporale commented
    18 Feb 04:37pm

    I still can't believe this is not available in Webflow. It should be priority #1, we are not in 2005 anymore.

  • Ruben Strom commented
    24 Jan 06:26am

    Focus on the most used elements

    About 100% of users add forms to their marketing websites. I would take some resources from places where fewer than 1% use the service (membership+ecommerce) and use them for improvements that would benefit everyone.

  • Maggy Monceaux commented
    24 Jan 01:40am

    Could we make this happen? :D

  • Kasan Mantel commented
    22 Jan 07:33am


  • Kyle Taylor commented
    18 Jan 09:02pm

    I have clients that are frustrated with me switching them to Webflow because Invisible Recaptcha is not an option.

  • Kyle Taylor commented
    18 Jan 09:02pm

    I cannot believe invisible recaptcha is not an option.

  • Edmond Lo commented
    10 Jan 09:11pm

    I use reCAPTCHA on contact and signup forms on a site but I would not want a reCAPTCHA on a quiz form in that I gather user selections only. At the moment I can't exclude one form once I have turned on reCAPTCHA for the site!

  • Carolina Amorim commented
    10 Jan 05:00pm

    Please please implement this! Recaptcha visible looks horrible in the website!

  • Angie commented
    5 Aug, 2022 04:45pm

    It's 2022 Webflow...this is an absolute must.

  • Gunilla De Santo commented
    29 Apr, 2022 05:29pm

    Hello fellow Webflowers!

    Google recently upgraded reCAPTCHA to reCAPTCHA Enterprise and it now only gives you one key, not two. Full disclosure: I'm not a coder, but since Google seems to change or upgrade their features quite often, would it be easier to be able to embed the key rather than building a new element every time Google makes changes or upgrades? Just a thought...

  • Guest commented
    23 Apr, 2022 10:45am

    Hey all

    Now this Captcha Problem solved.

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