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Webflow: Connecting your website

Step-by-step guide for setting up StoryChief to publish to your Webflow website.

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Written by Gregory Claeyssens
Updated over a week ago

Want to connect StoryChief to your Webflow website? Great! Follow this article to get it set up.
πŸš€ With StoryChief, you can collaborate with colleagues to create content-rich articles that boost the reach and awareness of your company or blog.

Connect your Webflow website

Follow the steps below, or watch our explainer video!

Step 1. Visit your Channels page by expanding the top-right menu and clicking on Integrations. πŸ‘‰ Quick link.

Step 2. Scroll down until you see Webflow, click on it to continue πŸ‘‰ Quick link.

Step 3. Click on "Add new destination". You will now be sent to Webflow to authorize the request.

Step 4. Click on "Authorize Application" to allow your StoryChief account to post to Webflow.

Step 5. Back in your StoryChief account, choose your Webflow account in the dropdown menu. Click on "Save settings".

Step 6. Choose which collection and domain you want to post to. Click again on "Save settings".

Step 7. Pick the fields that you want to post to. It can be that some options are not used in your Webflow site. Click on "Update settings".

Your Webflow website is now connected to your StoryChief account.

Want to use custom fields with Webflow? Check out this help article.

Need help? Contact, or open a chat via the icon located at the bottom right of this page.

⚠️ Caution: There is a known issue with Webflow and its API. Updating a CMS entry in Webflow that is published via the API breaks the images and any script inside (displays the tracking code). To solve this, you will need to re-upload the images and remove the script or republish via StoryChief.

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