Ability to schedule publishing content

Would be very useful to schedule publishing blog posts

  • Sameer Sontakey
  • Jan 17 2017
  • TomTom commented
    January 25, 2017 12:25

    +1 Need this! :)

  • Cameron Roe commented
    June 09, 2017 21:17

    Really need this. Ideally we can get a webhook as well so that when we publish a post we can auto-share out through Zapier/Buffer to other social networks. Please let me know when this is available!

  • Cameron Roe commented
    June 25, 2017 00:10

    Anyone make any progress on this! Really would be great to get working!

  • Miranda Grigor commented
    June 26, 2017 21:22

    Yes please! 

  • Tom Schmid commented
    July 13, 2017 06:26

    This would really help :D

  • James Vreeken commented
    July 21, 2017 15:41

    This is one of the biggest features missing from being able to use webflow cms as a corporate site blog.

    I get that we can do this with the webflow API if we program it ourselves, but this should really be built in.

  • James Vreeken commented
    July 21, 2017 17:48

    Our company was using hubspot for their blog and they liked that they were able to publish to social media sites, and schedule posts.  

    For now I exported all the blog posts from hubspot, and imported them via csv.

    For future blog posts I set up a zapier integration so that whenever a post is published on hubspot, it pushes it to the webflow cms blog collection.

    There were a couple things I had to do to make it work for the images, since the webflow images api doesn't work with urls yet...

    I created a new url field on the blog post collection for "hubspot images" and then in the collection page created some conditional visibility rules and created 3 images


    Conditional Visibility Settings:

    1 image for if an image was uploaded in the collection.

    1 image for if neither an image or hubspot url was set (a placeholder image so that there would always be something shown)

    1 image for if an image wasn't uploaded but the hubspot url was set


    Since the CMS doesn't allow you to set a URL as an image source (It has to be an image uploaded thru webflow)

    Here is what I did to make it take the hubspot featured image URL and overwrite the placeholder image url if preset:


    var Webflow = Webflow || [];
    Webflow.push(function () {
    $('.hubspot-image').each(function() {
    var hubspotImage = $(this).attr('href');

    in the screenshot attached, "Hubspot Image" is a text link with the source for the url set to the hubspot image url in the collection, then right after that I have a placeholder image.  The script I came up with takes the url and replaces the source url with it.


    Here it is in action:


  • Robbie Lockie London commented
    February 04, 2018 16:25

    This would revolutionise our platform! :-) 

  • Index commented
    February 24, 2018 12:44

    New to Webflow and I'm a little surprised this is not already available - scheduling content to be published at various times is so useful.

  • Brent Hegnauer commented
    June 30, 2018 00:40

    PLEASE. Definitely needed.

  • Kameron Bourgeois commented
    August 25, 2018 01:49

    +3 Will this ever come?

  • Andrew Leyland commented
    November 21, 2018 22:58

    Yes please +1!!!

  • Rodi commented
    November 29, 2018 08:48

    Need this!!!

  • Florey Ri commented
    December 07, 2018 12:15

    For enterprise sites this is important, theres often news releases a team has to schdule for corporate annoucements that may be very late at night or early in the morning due to time zones. 

  • Giovannoni Hélène commented
    December 07, 2018 12:15

    Need !

  • Pierluigi Giglio commented
    December 25, 2018 23:05

    Yes, PLEASE :)

  • Rob Kershaw commented
    03 Jan 18:45

    Now that pagination is done, I really this can be looked at soon... :)

  • Sam Fielding commented
    08 Jan 10:20


    Today at StoryChief we launched our Webflow integration. StoryChief allows users to create content, schedule when it will be published to Webflow or any other platform, and much more. I hope that it will be of interest to everyone. 

    Find out more about this integration and StoryChief at the link below: 


  • Kevin Palombo commented
    03 Feb 08:28

    +3 Needed :-)

  • Ryan Coughlin commented
    20 May 04:32

    This function would be amazing.

  • Taulant Balla commented
    13 Jun 13:12

    +1 - We are using Webflow for Blog and need this feature for our content writers. 

  • Jaclyn Weissman commented
    13 Jun 15:45

    Chiming in to vote on this as well! 100% need this feature.

  • Mitch Wallace commented
    30 Jun 22:37

    Is this in the works? It looks like it's been on the wishlist for a long time. I'm switching over from Wordpress and this feature is pivotal and not having it is making me reconsider and look at other options (ie. Squarespace). 

  • Benjamin Bachman commented
    24 Jul 14:52

    How is this not a thing?

  • Brent Hegnauer commented
    07 Aug 15:17

    This is needed very badly. Many clients asking for this.

  • Alec Sukoski commented
    17 Sep 16:49

    The only thing preventing our company from using webflow for our blog.

  • Vesper Sinclair commented
    01 Oct 04:33

    Must-have feature!

  • Alastair Budge commented
    03 Oct 08:27

    Has anyone managed to find a workaround for this, e.g. using Zapier?

    https://zapier.com/apps/webflow/integrations -> only allows you to 'update' an item, and I can't see there how you can change a status to 'published' or similar.