Improved login access for the Editor

Currently Webflow does not have a single login button for all users.

Typically, it does not make any difference whether a user of an online platform has admin rights or is simply an average user (in the case of Webflow this lower permission level is an "editor".)

Mysteriously, Webflow requires an editor to know, off the top of their head or via a bookmark, the URL to log in and edit the site. They can't click on the login from in order to enter credentials. If they try this, they will be informed that they don't have an account. That needs to be fixed ASAP.

  • Dan
  • Apr 5 2021
  • Reviewed
  • Dorothy Hawkins commented
    10 Jan, 2022 10:33am

    The response to this improvement was positive. It was received well, and the requests were limited to small requests like being able to customize the color of your name, so that it would also appear in the picklist with a color gradient.

  • Dorothy Hawkins commented
    10 Jan, 2022 10:29am

    In the traditional model of the CMS, content producers have to either remember their password or reset it periodically. This is a problem for several reasons. First, it forces the user to make an active decision about every single login attempt.