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
  • Ruud van der Linden commented
    17 Sep 10:06am

    Mind-boggling that this hasn't been implemented yet. This should be a priority. The amount of spam coming in through forms is almost enough to hit the monthly form submission limit and adding visible recaptcha is ugly as hell.

  • Will Qu commented
    29 Jun 03:21am

    One day I guess?

  • Jones Edwardo commented
    23 Jun 10:18am

    The difference between reCAPTCHA v2 and CAPTCHAs are a common test on the web and are designed to differentiate between actual users and bots.


  • Кирилл Параска commented
    7 Apr 11:05am


  • Charlotte Rottiers commented
    1 Apr 06:50am

    As soon as possible! ;)

  • Stu commented
    31 Mar 09:55pm

    this absolutely gets my vote! Please bring in V3!!

  • Maarten Lodewijk Anne Veldhuijzen commented
    11 Feb 01:20pm

    THIS IS SO ANNOYING! The whole point of Webflow is that it looks awesome. How they are just letting us use v2 is ridiculous. Embarassing. It's things like this that really make you notice that Webflow isn't a refined product yet.

  • Toby Black commented
    4 Feb 01:22am


    The whole purpose of this platform is to make better looking and functioning website. This is a complete fail. Please advise when this is possible.


  • Josh Bishop commented
    21 Jan 05:13pm

    @David thanks for the tutorial. Is there a way to not end up on the Usebasin page after form submission, but back on a Webflow success message page?

  • Jorik commented
    18 Jan 07:19pm

    The solution that David provided breaks all Zapier connections and forwards to Usebasin's website after a visitor presses send. So this doesn't work for us.

  • Jorik commented
    18 Jan 07:18pm

    We need this!

  • Stu commented
    18 Dec, 2020 11:36am

    I agree - let's mke this happen Webflow!

  • David commented
    20 Nov, 2020 08:53pm

    For anyone that needs to setup Invisible reCAPTCHA with Webflow & Usebasin, here are my full instructions:

    And here is my tutorial video:

  • Skyler Reeves commented
    14 Nov, 2020 07:52pm

    I'm very surprised this isn't supported already. Odd.

  • Chris Lacey commented
    11 Sep, 2020 08:57am

    Really need this, a nicely designed form can easily be ruined without an invisible reCAPTCHA

  • Daniel Vaziri commented
    15 Aug, 2020 06:05pm

    Is Webflow really listening?

  • Tiny Giants Co commented
    28 Jul, 2020 10:18pm

    Any plans here webflow team?

  • Rose McLeod commented
    22 Jun, 2020 11:15pm

    Lets do this! Webflow websites need to look on point

  • Daniel Cobb commented
    10 Jun, 2020 08:25am

    This would be great - the current solution is soooo ugly and totally ruins the look of a page

  • Tim Jacobs commented
    21 May, 2020 01:04am

    You would think this would have already been implemented. Let's go Webflow!

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