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Webflow requires you to republish your Webflow site any time you make a change to the CMS (eg. add a new field to a collection) in order for syncing to work.
Webflow sites need to be published to all domains for syncing to work
Webflow resets all item IDs if you restore your Webflow site from a backup. Since Whalesync uses those IDs to identify your records, restoring from a backup will break your Whalesyn configuration.
You can control the status of Webflow items ("Published", "Draft", "Archived") using our Webflow Status field extension:
Whalesync supports multi-reference fields out of the box! See the guide below to ensure this is configured correctly:
Whalesync supports syncing Webflow's new Memberships (aka Users) table. See our docs:
Use a powerful Airtable database to control your Webflow CMS
Sync blog posts or other content from Notion to your Webflow CMS.