Increase CMS item limit

10,000 items may sound a lot, but it’s extremely limiting even for small/medium blogs with many contributors, especially if you want to implement custom tags. As it is now, no blog/news site will be able to handle more than a few years of article creations before being forced off Webflow.

  • Erik Fossum
  • Nov 8 2019
  • Reviewed
  • Baltazar Fajto commented
    6 Sep 01:42pm

    It's super easy to go past 10 000. It should have been lifted a long time ago, even more with the memberships around the corner

  • Jason Greenwald commented
    23 Aug 01:23pm

    This should be the #1 priority at the company, It limits ALL use cases.

  • Adalberon Castello commented
    17 Aug 03:43pm

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  • Miguel Madrid commented
    16 Aug 01:59pm

    Absolutely ridiculous that not even Enterprise has more than 10,000 cms items. Get your shit together.

  • Jesse Foy commented
    15 Aug 07:46pm

    This is a big concern, as it will soon force us to find another service. We do not want to do this after all of the time and resources put into Webflow. Please make this a high priority. Thanks!

  • Ann Jenkins commented
    9 Aug 03:26pm

    it needs to be unlimited. like all the other companies.

  • Project Production commented
    29 Jul 09:57pm

    Literally the last feature I've needed for about two years now :( For a platform that pioneered the most practical visual web dev software, then integrated ecommerce, I'm really surprised this hasnt gotten more attention. Maybe atleast partnering and providing more info on integrating cms pulls from other platforms so I can sealmleslly scale without exporting webflow site would be cool..

  • Brandon Fertig commented
    28 May 03:00pm

    Yikes. All these years and still lacking.

  • Amber Kristine commented
    12 May 01:30am
    Ugh, yes! I'm learning webflow for future client work and I'm quite disappointed at such a low limit. It's SOOO easy to hit that rather quickly. I hope Webflow addresses this in the near future.
  • Peter commented
    28 Apr 02:49am

    Sigh... 10k is nothing for CMS. All other platforms provide unlimited CMS items. Webflow doesn't seem to listen to their customers. This will more than likely cost them in the long run.

  • Greg Pinto commented
    7 Apr 09:43pm

    It looks like Webflow is rolling out new CMS updates but still no word on this?

  • Rene Engelhardt commented
    6 Apr 12:11am

    Totally agree.... we have had multiple use cases where we would have loved to move clients onto webflow, but a 10,000 item limit prevents us from doing so. Someone didn't think this one through enough when they create the CMS as it limits use cases for Webflow. This should be a priority feature.

  • Cid JIANG commented
    26 Mar 08:48am

    I am very concerned about the development of this new feature.

    And I support paying for additional CMS Items, as long as it is within a reasonable range.

  • James commented
    21 Mar 08:04pm

    The ecommerce CMS limit is very low. It is much too limited for larger businesses that could leverage a powerful tool like webflow.

  • Jinhee Kim commented
    19 Mar 07:53am

    I wish I knew about this sooner. I'm considering switching to another vendor after my first year ends.

  • David Carroll commented
    19 Feb 08:34am

    Can anyone recommend an alternative platform to Webflow that is as powerful and is in the 'no-code' space? Might need to consider my options as i cannot get my head around this limiatation.

  • Ricky commented
    4 Feb 12:43pm

    Does anyone have an alternative platform that gets around this issue? My entire project is on hold because of this.

  • Greg Pinto commented
    31 Jan 07:47pm

    Still no update?

  • Dennis Lan commented
    12 Jan 02:20am

    I am thinking about moving to WF from Squarespace. But this limit is also make or break for me....please remove or increase the limit. Thank you!

  • Lucas Pilzen commented
    17 Dec, 2021 12:28pm

    Most essential feature on this planet. Please do it yesterday if possible! <3

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