One 'Content Editor' For All Projects on 'Designer Pro Plan' ($42/month) Plz

As it stands - there is no price promotion on hosting plans when upgrading from a "Designer Lite Plan" to a "Designer Pro Plan"  I am not suggesting a "price promotion", instead, i'd like to see an added "feature promotion" when upgrading designer plans. The feature would allow "Designer Pro Plans" to have at least one "Content Editor" on all projects - including those sites being hosted under the "Basic Hosting" plans.

https://webflow.com/pricing/designer-plans

Currently, only the "CMS Hosting" allows for content editors. Three of them. But I am a two man operation, and will be so in the foreseeable future. I'm the developer, and I work with a content creator. Since the "Basic Hosting" plan offers 100 static pages, it would be nice to have an option where I can have a content creator add/edit on the frontend while I'm developing on the backend on any number of ongoing projects. 

No offense Webflow, great tools, yet, confusing plans. A lot of your pricing seems arbitrary. If a two man operation makes the commitment to purchase the "Designer Pro Plan" ( & we have no choice having already exceeding the 10 project limit) -- And if I am already purchasing several "CMS Hosting Plans" as well as several "Basic Hosting Plans" -- and all I need is one "Content Editor" for all my projects, why must I purchase "CMS Hosting" for individual projects in order to maintain a daily efficient workflow?  I feel like I'm being nicked & dimed.

By making us more efficient, instead of what I am doing now: wasting time splitting hairs over your ' two tiered pricing plans', would make you more money in the end as my partner & I will be able to pump out more sites and take on more clients.  Thank you. 

#Freedoooommmm #moreflowplz

Much Appreciation,

Joe D.

  • Nava Cour
  • Sep 19 2017
  • Kevin Brand commented
    17 Jan 09:02

    Wouldn't sharing one Webflow account (as in sharing login information) be the solution for this? As long as you trust your work partner? That way you can work from the designer and the content maker uses the editor. You could even share the costs of having said Webflow account.

    Or, you could try contacting Webflow (support) directly and pitch them the idea that an optimized workflow would increase the number of sites you ship, that way they might give your account and only yours that one content editor that you need. You loose nothing by asking.