Multi-language sites and CMS fields

Each page and CMS entry is translatable. When creating fields for a Collection, mark whether that field is translatable (some fields won't need translation, like references to other collections, price fields, etc). 

An option for Links should be added to choose a language (in addition to external links, pages within the site, etc).

  • Brent Cartier
  • Jan 18 2017
  • Planning
CMS
  • Dec 21, 2018

    Admin Response

    While we have designs ready and validated for creating multi-language sites, we’ve paused work on this project while we focus our energy on some infrastructure-heavy projects needed to make the platform more stable — both in the short and long term. We’re still aiming to release features that will improve workflows for multi-language sites in 2019.

  • Marcel Deelen commented
    January 18, 2017 10:38

    As seen here: https://forum.webflow.com/t/built-in-website-localization-translation-features/4248?u=samliew&source_topic_id=36890

    This would be such a great addition. Currently for a number of clients we use localizejs.com, a good solution... but of course having it within webflow would be way better for our clients. I think the solution Vincent created is the way to go for this.

  • Rowan Hartsuiker commented
    January 18, 2017 12:47

    Please give us multi language support. Would be really great. International clients are growing on the webflow platform, so this is definitely a great feature to have.

  • Anton Vasilkovsky commented
    January 19, 2017 08:30

    Absence of multi-language sites is the only blocker that stops my switch from shared hosting website to Webflow CMS.

  • Juan Martín Lusiardo commented
    January 19, 2017 15:26

    This is a must-have feature for almost all the companies that I've worked before.

    There are now some turnarounds, I've tried them all: 

    • Multilingualizer: Overall the best option but with two big drawbacks. It has some lag when it loads the page (which really sucks) and it's really disgusting while you use it in the Designer panel (you've to put the text in all the languages you need. It results in a big blob of text. Picture that in all the website's texts :S).
    • Bablic/Localize.js: Very expensive and not SEO friendly (Multilingualizer is much better).
    • Subdirectories: Also a good turnaround but also not good for SEO and not suitable for Dynamic Pages.
  • Tom commented
    January 20, 2017 12:19

    This is a MUST HAVE feature if Webflow wants to be considered a professional CMS / Webdesign tool that can be used on a global, international scale !

  • Signei Koch commented
    January 20, 2017 17:44

    It would great to have a solution for this. For now, I thing that working with folders is a good solution (/en /pt /es etc). I'm studying right now how can I work with the CMS for multiple language content. The "temporary" solution that I'm trying is create a Collection "Languages" and then I created Text Fields on Blog Posts that I called "Select the Language of the Post".

    Then, I need to create both Collection Page Templates (for each language, such as /en/blog and /pt/blog etc). The same design, but I'm Filtering the Dynamic List that only shows content for the selected language.

    It's working :)

  • Tomas Westerholm commented
    January 23, 2017 06:11

    This is a must have feature more so than anything else even! Been also working by adding folder directories on webflow and it's been a pain for most of the time (adding language canonicals, working with dynamic user addeable content etc.). 

    The localize and bablic solutions are not sufficient for some of the more complex websites and costs get out of hand instantly.

    If this feature gets resolved within 2017 the growth of Webflow as a viable online platform will be explosion-like. Guys at the Webflow team, please move this to the planning table at the soonest! ;-)

  • Proces Media commented
    January 23, 2017 19:39

    This is really strange, the fact multi-lang support hasnt been added by now!?

  • Simon Lessing commented
    January 24, 2017 13:50

    The fact that this is still in state "Considering" makes me anxious.. 😳

    Makes me wonder if Jason is going through the different topics to merge the ones that are the same? I see that Multi-Language Editor is here as well...  

  • Frederic Le Paumier commented
    January 24, 2017 21:19

    Hi,

    Definitely one of the best update possible for Webflow. We work in Europe and our websites have to be translated without compromise on the SEO precision.

    @+big-one

  • Vincent Bidaux commented
    January 30, 2017 09:39

    1000 times yes :D The lack of this feature often leads to chose another platform than Webflow to develop a site.

    @marcel posted a mockup of mine in the first comment, but this can't be as simple as that.

    I've built several multi languages sites with Wordpress and Drupal and there is an essential notion of "sync". Basically, a post is created in one language and can or cannot appear as-is for the other languages (it's an option). Then it can be translated "exactly", meaning each field get to be translated (or elected to be used "as is" for example for a link, or a name..). Then those translated posts can be "unsynced" because they need specific content. "Translation" is a too technical term for what we want, the good one is "Localization" and or many reason, localizing an item sometimes requires it to become very specific, different from the original.

    Anyone who worked with the WPML plugin on Wordpress sees what I mean.

  • Paul Oram commented
    February 24, 2017 11:52

    This would solve the problem I have of having used up all my 20 collections - as i have created two for each (one dutch, one english). If this enabled me to save on my sum of collections then great!

  • Bo Simonsen commented
    May 15, 2017 16:48

    Dear Webflow, my cute CMS-lookalike,

    I have tried to get around your single-language principle. But there are so many drawbacks if I try to get my pages in two or more languages.

    That is why I'm giving up on you, Webflow, as we speak, sadly. Otherwise, you are such a neat system, but missing a dual-language/multi-language feature in a CMS makes you dead as a doornail for so many European sites.

    Solutions like Localizejs etc. is simply not acceptable because of the functionality and certainly also because of the price. Of course we need to keep the localizations the same place that we keep our web pages. Either at Webflow or on our own site server.

    Dear Webflow, I you decide to grow up and become a CMS, then please have a look at the adult CMS'es and make sure that a multi-language feature should _not_ be a separate page hierarchy. It should be one site map where each page can exist in one or more languages. At best it should be optional to keep the language differences to individual fields. Say, for instance, on a page with images where only the headline should be shown in more than one language. And make sure that when the user clicks on another language in any pages, then he/she will arrive at the exact same page for the other language.

    Anyway, dear Webflow, I loved you (I'm crying now), but you let me down with my most basic needs. So I'm leaving you.

    Bo
    from Denmark

  • Doğukan Uzak commented
    May 15, 2017 22:03

    I'm in awe! I did not check that if webflow supports Multi-Language and RTLs because of webflow being one the number one trending solutions on the web and also multi-language supports is the one thing that everything and every system has in common. It is something you assume it's available. I just started my 3 rd website in the last 2 weeks of using Webflow. I just started forcing my clients to make hosting here now I learn that there is not support for multi and when I emailed you about it, you suggest a paid system. It is not classy. I m stuck now. I just started to get a hang of this. I'm from Turkey and my clients require 3 or 4 languages on their sites. It is just not OK to have this feature.

  • Matti commented
    May 22, 2017 20:31

    Take your time, hurry up
    Choice is yours, don't be late.

  • Per Micael Nyberg commented
    May 23, 2017 08:55

    Any news on this? Multi-language sites would be absolute killer to have! As a Swede who lives and works in the APAC region, over a decade now, a majority of my clients and connections are from Asia. As of late my network have started to grow in the Far East, Anatolia and Russia as well. I'd love to have the option to provide my sites with multiple languages going forward. I know there are external workarounds like Multilingualizer and Bablic/Localize.js and whatnot but not I'm keen on footing an extra monthly bill just for language support if it can be avoided. Also I'd like to be able to stay and work within Webflow's comfy environment with an interface that I love and understand. 

  • Wim Timmermans commented
    May 24, 2017 10:51

    Totally need local language for dates. I am making a site in Dutch. I really need days being displayed. That is now only possible in english. That looks so amateurish I feel embarrassed about it.

    And it would be so much better if months could be displayed in local text instead of numbers. Displaying a date as 18/5/2017 is possible, but '18 mei 2017' processes my brain much better than 18/5/2017. Because the 5 needs to be translated in my head to come up with 'mei'. People say: let's make an appointment april 20. Or 20th of april. Never '20th of four' or 'four-twenty'. So date format is either not reader-friendly or I have to use english months which is amateurish. 

    Can't be that hard I would think...

     

  • Michal Tekiela commented
    June 21, 2017 14:09

    Customisable language code for individual static pages would be good enough for start.

    Currently we can set up only one tag for the whole site.

    We've started targeting another (non-english) market and lack of this option is just killing our SEO optimisation efforts :(

  • Koen Spaansen commented
    July 13, 2017 08:51

    If you are starting to do this, don't forget to give the ability to change the url structure also... that a must for Google!

  • Per Larsen commented
    August 25, 2017 14:30

    What's the status on this one? Approx. launch date, pls.?

  • Dante Scherrer commented
    October 06, 2017 21:34

    We design websites here in Switzerland and we use very often webflow. We have 4 different languages in our small country, so we need urgently a solution for multilanguage sites within webflow. 

    So please go ahead and give us this feature very soon, that would be great.

  • Piet Groot Kormelink commented
    October 16, 2017 13:01

    I was going to start with a project (and 2 more in the pipeline) but seeing that there is no multi-language support, i have to go look further.

    based in europe, so we need this feature!

    When this feature is available we can look again into your very cool platform. 

  • Olafur Josephsson commented
    October 26, 2017 10:31

    Please implement multi language support asap.

  • Marcus Franzen commented
    November 04, 2017 18:08

    Needed for europe!

  • Luke Dorny commented
    November 14, 2017 01:24

    Responded to the survey questions! Thanks!

  • Guido Jansen commented
    January 08, 2018 15:46

    I appreciate that Webflow is mainly a frontend/webdesigner tool, not meant for content-heavy multi-language websites (but as this thread shows, many would love to see the 2 merge). Building it properly will take quite some resources, while other systems might already have this figured out.

    Wouldn't it be an idea to let Webflow focus their valuable time on what the current system does best but enable an integration with headless CMS/content systems like Knack or Contentful?

    Resources/focus wise that would make much more sense to me. Just my 2 cents :)

  • Tansen BEL commented
    January 22, 2018 08:09
  • Jean-Francois Roberge commented
    January 30, 2018 14:57

    I develop a web server app to host websites, my customers could edit their web pages and make simple changes with an Html text editor. My client app allows you to change the current language, then just type the text in the current language (preferably :-)) and save your translation. This is all great if the website was created with my own system, but we are using Webflow with all of his awesome/great features. Now, you can export your website from Webflow (zip file), but you cannot import a website to Webflow!!!

    How, then, could you manage your translations? It would be great to have a very simple interface to manage languages with Webflow (simple for us, the customers), like I did with my server/client apps, just change the current language and type. I know it will take some time to implement it, but it will make our life soooooo easier!

    Following the same concept, it would be good to add a new type of user on Webflow, the type Translator with his only right will be to modify the text of a specific language

    I will be more than happy to help you guys to develop it :-)!

  • Adam Diament commented
    February 08, 2018 13:41

    I really want this feature - I run a digital agency and the lack of i18n is the one single reason I have not chosen to develop multiple recent client projects with Webflow, as it is a fantastic solution but i18n is a deal-breaker for most of my clients these days.

    Solutions like localize are very expensive (50 dollars a month minimum for only 2 languages)

  • Dan Gardiner commented
    February 08, 2018 14:12

    Would really like to see this move along. I have had too many clients requesting multi-language support. I would love Webflow to be the hub of all my web projects but without this feature - unfortunately, it won't be.

  • Rowan Hartsuiker commented
    February 13, 2018 21:24

    I'm so happy to learn this request is in planning/development. It's one of the most requested features of my clients. 

  • Koen Spaansen commented
    February 13, 2018 21:40

    ik denk toch dat we hier op moeten wachten voor DF!

    Koen Spaansen
    mail@koen.nl

    PageMyDay
    Witte Paal 302
    1742LD SCHAGEN

    www.pagemyday.nl

    Op 13 feb. 2018 om 21:35 heeft Webflow Wishlist (Linda Pham) > het volgende geschreven:

  • Karl Löfdahl commented
    February 14, 2018 08:08

    So glad to learn this is in planning!

  • John Pauli Koskimaa commented
    February 14, 2018 09:13

    This is a must have, almost ALL my clients are requesting multi-language these days. I really really hope this feature will be released as soon as possible in 2018!

  • Nicolas N commented
    February 14, 2018 11:55

    <3

    --
    Nicolas Nemni
    About me: www.nclx.io

  • Walery Litwinow commented
    April 23, 2018 17:29

    Hi guys when you are planing to deploy these feature? We need this very much! :)

     

  • Omri Ariav commented
    April 24, 2018 10:49

    I'm a new customer, making the choice if to choose webflow or wordpress... lack of multi-language support would force me to go with wordpress. Any ETA for this feature? 

  • Phase44 commented
    May 12, 2018 03:21

    I'm a new user to Webflow and have been impressed and had planned to slowly move all of my clients over but having just learnt that Webflow doesn't have multi-language built in, is a real downer. This will make me think again as quite a few of my WordPress sites are multi-language. I hope Webflow can fix this soon as I would love to stay with Webflow.

  • Karthik From envision commented
    May 18, 2018 10:35

    Hi, I see that this feature has been a planned feature for nearly a year now. Would really love to know what the status of this is? A lot of my website visitors are people with visual impairment who use screen readers. Not being able to add a language tag to my texts really messes with that making much of my website incomprehensible and inaccessible. This should not be an acceptable approach. I really look forward to hearing from you on this.

  • David Brühlmeier commented
    June 18, 2018 11:03

    I just found out about Webflow and I'm quite excited by its unique approach. However, the missing multi-language support is a killer for our project. The last update was 4 months ago. What's the current status?

  • Samuel Svensson commented
    July 05, 2018 14:07

    Is there an estimated date for this feature? Thanks for an awesome software.

  • Kai Uhlig commented
    July 09, 2018 09:50

    Our SEO-Expert is forcing us away from webflow, because we can't provide URLs for foreign languages!

  • Michal Tekiela commented
    July 12, 2018 12:33

    What's up with this option? It's really giving us hard times... :( Any good info around this? Any timeframe?

  • JBP commented
    July 17, 2018 10:28

    I need this one, located in Europe...
    To many languages over here :) 

  • Joe Pacal commented
    September 03, 2018 12:00

    I strongly support this.

    Have been enjoying Webflow, but multi-lingual support comes often with European clients.

    Looking forward to having this available in 2019!

  • Seed Studio commented
    September 19, 2018 04:18

    Support multilingual is super important if we can customize localization will be helpful for build website with Chinese, and I think zh market is really huge.

  • Ingo Popp commented
    September 19, 2018 15:45

    I think i found a good and free way to do it. Check it out: https://forum.webflow.com/t/full-multi-language-site-easy-to-set-up-and-to-use/67398

  • Ingo Popp commented
    September 19, 2018 15:46

    I think i found a good and free way to do it. Check it out: Multi Language Tutorial

     
  • Anthony Chan commented
    October 18, 2018 21:09

    Providing an effective language switching link or button is equally important!

  • Martijn Versteeg commented
    October 31, 2018 21:17

    Yes! We'd be happy to join any user-test you want to do for this.

     

    Martijn Versteeg

    martijn@versteeglloyd.nl

     

  • Aiman Hassani commented
    November 14, 2018 14:13

    I would love to have this, like right now :)

  • Mario García de León commented
    November 15, 2018 09:45

    A couple of months ago I did talk to you guys and gave feedback to one of your draft versions for a beta. I thought back then you were getting close to release the feature.

    It looks like it is getting delayed. Can you you explain why? And/or update your deadlines? Thanks a lot and looking forward to test it!

    Cheers from one of your many European customers.

    PS: By the way, congrats launching e-commerce!

  • Peter Nordstrand commented
    November 28, 2018 20:07

    At least make localized month names an option when writing dates. And make it case sensitive!

  • Florey Ri commented
    December 11, 2018 12:03

    You might want to look at what TYPO3 does, because it offers good multi-country supportz

    It offers:

    1) Full back so that for say multiple spanish speaking regions (Ecuador, Chile) you can use one version of the site and take an implicit clone. The advantage is that the clones are LINKED so makign maintenance easier. You only change what really needs to be changed.

    The point: you inherit content based on the same language and override the parent content only whats needed specific for the child site (pages, content elements)

     

    2) for EU sites (with very different multiple languages making cloning difficult) you need to clone a master site. Assuming you have a set of coporate sites you are managing as a collection and want to be more or less the same. Then you clone a site, for quick setup and jsut translate the pages and hide or add individual pages and sections (localize)

    The point: cloning a site for quick translation

     

    3) Translation workflow

    When managing cloned site have some easy export and import function - to send a translation agency a file matching the translatable content (say XML) then the agency< sends this back.

    TYPO3 has LN10 for this. So you might want to look at. But you basically want a way to mark fields for translation and send that as a standard markup for import into a agency translaiton tool like memoQ (Cat tool). 

     

    The point: xporting and importing only the text to be translated

     

    RELATED TO THIS:

    How do you handle IMAGE LOCALISATION

  • Steven Maurin commented
    December 14, 2018 07:51

    Hello Webflow team,

    Is there any update on the planning for multi-language support? Should we expect it mid-2019 or more towards the end of the year?

    Thanks

  • Carles commented
    December 21, 2018 09:19

    Hey there, which Quarter you've planned the release? 

    Thank you for your effort! 

  • Jesper Fagerlund commented
    09 Jan 14:10

    We are about to lose at least one client, as they plan to expand to more markets, and are finding it troublesome with no multi language solution. I really cross fingers for this to be released asap. 

  • Michal Tekiela commented
    10 Jan 08:41

    Any estimate on this? 1Q, 2Q? We don't know what to do, even if I just love working with Webflow, this feature only will crash the whole project soon. I'm planning an big pupdate, but my client already want's to step back, and suggesting changing it back to Wordpress. How can it be?

  • Urs Westermann commented
    10 Jan 14:12

    This feature would be really really useful!

  • Martijn Hoppenbrouwer commented
    10 Jan 14:14

    We've build and shipped more than 25 Webflow sites with Webflow hosting in the last 2 years.

    I could add 5 new clients instantaneously if there was a proper multilanguage option in Webflow and the CMS. For me, and most of my clients, this is the number one missing feature!

    Please, Webflow, shed some light on the development of this and when we can expect more info and ultimately: a release date.

  • Lucio Patone commented
    16 Jan 19:32

    We started many projects with webflow, but a lot of them can't be completed because the lack of this feature. We bet on webflow, and multilanguage is crucial. If it will not be released soon, we will ned up to export code and put on wordpress, but we really would like to remain with webflow cms and hosting.

  • Salam Sejahtera commented
    20 Feb 01:41

    Update from Webflow's team today on Feb 19 2019 live Q&A

    Direct link here (YouTube timestamp)

    Question:

    "What about multi-language? I need to sell my products in other markets."

    Webflow's Answer:

    "Definitely something that's, not only on our e-commerce radar, but Webflow sites in general that we do want to solve in the future. 

    It's not something we're actively working on right now, but it is something we have started, Monica especially. 

    We've done a lot thinking and digging into that. And it's a really huge undertaking and we do have plans to do that. We've achieved a lot and done a lot of the foundational pieces and we're doing that now. 

    So it's something we are very much motivated to solve for you guys, so it is something that we're not currently developing, but we have a lot of the good groundwork and we're thinking about it a lot."

    I really hope it's intuitive to use and bundled, and not a much pricier add-on. :(

  • Tasos Kapa commented
    27 Feb 10:42

    After this as well the user systems release Webflow will just fly!

  • Filipe Madureira commented
    28 Feb 09:13

    The fact this hasn't been still implemented is alarming.

  • Lucio Patone commented
    01 Mar 14:35

    Really hope they will ship this feature. For me is the least reason to complete adopt webflow, but if it will take too much, I will need to find some alternative or a different approach. 

  • Pascal Steck commented
    04 Mar 14:10

    Hope this feature is coming soon! Don't see why this is such a hustle to build that. Super cumbersome to work around and with many trade-offs... Would be happy to upgrade for that feature!

  • Lucio Patone commented
    26 Mar 18:50

    Some updates ? 

  • Gustav Kjellin commented
    02 Apr 14:43

    Any updates on your progress on this? Would be awesome to be able to plan around an estimate on when you want to launch it.

  • Gabriele Curi commented
    04 Apr 07:31
    it is not acceptable that a cms does not allow this. Web agencies that invest money in your service should have this functionality as soon as possible.
  • Sébastien Poirier commented
    05 Apr 12:28

    This is so important! Please in 2019. I have big projects I have to refuse because of that. Keep working so hard incredible team!

  • Pablo Montero commented
    10 Apr 07:18

    C'mon! I have a project multi-language and I find this. 

  • Martijn Hoppenbrouwer commented
    11 Apr 10:43

    I'm also really eager for this - currently have 3 sites in the planning that all need multi-language. Please get back on track with this #1 feature request.

  • Mathieu Preau commented
    16 Apr 07:04

    Any update on this? This is really something needed.

  • Lucio Patone commented
    17 Apr 10:38

    The problem is that with Webflow we can create beautiful sites that are ruined by totally inappropriate multilingual solutions (like localize.js). Customers are not satisfied and selling Webflow-based solutions is still difficult.
    We really need this feature.

  • Jim White commented
    04 May 20:12

    In Planning? Who cares about this when basic Web Design functionality needs so much work like simple asset management? It seems as if the people who do this actually for a living don't get consulted, when this has 2500 votes and CMS and asset management don't and Webflow goes here, that makes me want to look elsewhere.  

  • Toni Massanet commented
    06 May 20:52

    What's the status on this one? Approx. launch date? This feature is very much needed!

  • Christian Wirdemann commented
    08 May 13:33

    Need this feature too. Here in Europe it´s quite important! Please let us know, where we are standing right now. I fear the possibility that "aiming to release (...) in 2019" means "perhaps you have to wait until 2020"..

    I really like Webflow! Best, Chris 

  • Jeff Bargmann commented
    22 May 03:10

    Deal breaker :(

    We can't leave our international users in the dark. Update?

  • Anthony Chan commented
    22 May 04:00

    Hi, any update in mid-2019?

  • Carson Thetford commented
    24 May 18:20

    Any chance this is making it to the backlog soon?

  • Martijn Hoppenbrouwer commented
    27 May 10:28

    I'm also in the tight spot to start building multi-language into a webflow site.
    Unfortunatly, i currently have to duplicate all pages.
    Really waiting (anxiously) for updates around this must-have feature.

    @webflow: Any news?

  • Lucio Patone commented
    30 May 07:00

    Please, give us some updates about that. I (but I think I'm not the only one here) have several projects on hold because of the lack of this feature.

  • Kevin Hon commented
    31 May 10:13

    All update for this feature?

  • Salam Sejahtera commented
    06 Jun 02:58

    We've got to get some updates here, Webflow.

    This is far too fundamental to let wallow. Could we perhaps start a discussion on what features we might look for and what Webflow is comfortable delivering?

    Are we holding our breath for nothing?

  • Laine & Hallami Oy commented
    06 Jun 14:25

    Not having multi-language support is the only reason that we don't use Webflow for most of our projects.

  • Kyle Li commented
    13 Jun 16:59

    I need this quite badly, looking to host a chinese version of my site for chinese clients, and looking like I'm unable to do so currently with webflow. Will probably have to look for hosting on something else unless this is introduced soon.

  • Kyle Li commented
    13 Jun 17:12

    It would also be the dream to be able to have different domains direct to different languages on the site. e.g. a .cn domain would direct to the chinese version of the site, while .com would direct to the english. A stretch but would be perfect for globalized use cases.

  • Mathieu Preau commented
    20 Jun 09:01

    Can't wait to see this feature.
    This is the only reason I can't use Webflow for most of my projects..
    I hope this is the roadmap priority #1 

  • Eike Thies commented
    23 Jun 15:36

    This is preventing us from using Webflow. Either provide first level support for plugins/tools etc. and some documentation how to use it or implement it in Webflow.

  • Marco Viappiani commented
    26 Jun 18:54

    This would be huge as there's no cms with easy language management that is also seo friendly 

  • Ion Mesca commented
    01 Jul 13:40

    Guys, we really need this feature. Please prioritize.

  • Tiada Guru commented
    06 Jul 20:32

    We'd love, love, love this feature to be prioritized. We've delayed Webflow migration for so long because it's too much work to add multi-lingual to Webflow's rigid & dated webpage system.

  • Valentin Ffrench commented
    12 Jul 15:23

    Hi there, 

    Absence of multi-language sites is the only blocker that stops us switching from shared hosting website to Webflow :-(
    Quite a bummer since considering how Webflow has changed the game so far. 

    This is a must-have feature. 

    Can we please have any update on this? 

    Regards, 
    -Valentin

  • Eike Thies commented
    16 Jul 13:56

    we would even consider donating for this, just tell us what you need. i mean from a business standpoint it makes no sense to not do it. you clearly would get a LOT of new paying customers. hire some new people to implement this if necessary

  • Eugene Ernoult commented
    19 Jul 08:47

    Hey guys,

    I’m Eugene from Weglot (a multilingual solution to translate any website).

    We recently launched a new way to make any Webflow website multilingual. It’s simple to install, SEO compliant and easy to manage.

    We’ve just set up a demo website here: https://www.weglot-translate-wbflow.com/
    And a simple setup guide here: https://weglot.com/integrations/translate-webflow/
    Or if you prefer a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elLi7Ztnd8s

    How does it work?

    Weglot scans your website content, send it to our translation API and the API sends back the translations. You can integrate Weglot to your site via a simple JavaScript snippet or via a subdomain integration (More in-depth and better for SEO).

     

    We are new to Webflow so we’d be happy to have your feedback! Let us know if you have any questions.

     

    Eugene

  • Louis Morgner commented
    20 Jul 09:48

    Any updates? This is really needed by the community!

  • Benjamin Mühlbauer commented
    25 Jul 15:13

    This is needed so badly! 2019 is more than half way over and still no updates! Please release this feature!

  • Iskandar Bwefar commented
    05 Aug 11:42

    [NL] Het is inmiddels augustus... Wanneer wordt dit eindelijk beschikbaar?

    [EN] It's August already... When will this finally become available?

  • Emanuele Preda commented
    11 Aug 09:45

    It's urgent!  Put it as a paying feature, we'll go for it!

    It have to follow the standard i18n.

    IMHO it have to be possible to export the source language pack in JSON (the string names should be deducted from the page name.section name.item name.progressive, eventually editable as a property), and then to upload back the JSON language packs created with standard localization tools like Crowdin.com.

    Thanks!

  • Jason Green commented
    11 Aug 18:23

    You can make dual language work in a pinch if you get creative. I was able to add a "Language" collection (English or Arabic as items) that I used as a single reference field to tag other collections/collection pages. Then you can use conditional visibility to "Show - if Language is Language of Current Category" etc. 

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  • Kevin Hon commented
    17 Aug 07:37

    Any update on this feature?

  • Valentin Ffrench commented
    22 Sep 18:36

    Can we please have any update on this? 

    Regards, 
    -Valentin

  • Martijn Runia commented
    07 Oct 15:37

    Just lost a client after 4 years because he is sick of waiting on the native multilingual feature :(. Any update around this?

  • Pascal Krebs commented
    08 Oct 07:31

    Dear Webflow. I'm still a huge fan of webflow - but you realy have to speed up when it comes to "must-have" features. Otherwise a competitor will pretty soon take a lot of webflows clients. Webflows only advantage (USP) at this time is the excellent visual editor - but as soon as others will implement a similar editor with better cms features - webflow will struggle to keep clients. So please invest more ressources in must have features like multi-language/region. And please work on your communication concerning updates - last admin response was almost a year ago...

  • Etienne Koch commented
    11 Oct 14:32

    @Webflow team: please make this happen! We've been waiting patiently for a long time now. This is a dealbreaker as localization services are too expensive for clients on top of Webflow fees and other methods are way too buggy. 

  • Kyle Li commented
    12 Oct 03:58

    Crossing my fingers for this feature before the end of 2019 like promised... :c

  • Simon Fréour commented
    16 Oct 09:13

    This is the feature that will make us move to Webflow, I hope it's implemented soon!

  • Daniel Wirtz commented
    25 Oct 08:23

    This is big feature that is missing for me in Webflow! Because SEO is important for us I don't see a good way to do it right now. 

  • Stephan Göckler commented
    26 Oct 15:19

    Any updates? Only two months left in 2019... 

    What's the aim now?

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  • JBP commented
    04 Nov 13:21

    We have a big project coming very soon who need this.
    Do you have a time when it will be released? 
    So we can maybe kee p that in mind when planning the development of the site.
    Thx!

     
  • Lucio Patone commented
    09 Nov 12:29

    After one year, no more updates about that. At least, if we could manage several linked copy of the same site and pushing updates across that sites, we could have a good solution. Instead, nothing... 

  • Andres Meira commented
    11 Nov 15:56

    Until Webflow has native localization, we will stick with Wordpress and WPML. We love webflow but can't make the leap until this is done!