Billing for clients question

Good morning. I haven’t used Webflow in awhile and just getting back into using it. A lot has changed. One of them is my clients membership payment. I’d noticed that all of my payments fall under one credit card, which is my credit card. Does Webflow have an option to where I can add the clients credit cards per their websites? It’s inconvenient having to have their monthly or yearly payments charged to my credit card. Thanks.

Not anymore. They discontinued client billing. Now you have to transfer your project to the client if you want them to pay direct or you pay and re-bill on your own. So much for making life easier on designers.

Like @webdev mentioned, this feature doesn’t exist so unless you want to manage your client billing manually (instead of the automated way it used to be) I’d recommend transferring these projects to your client’s own Webflow account.

I actually prefer this because now my clients fully control their own site projects and as long as I have Guest access I can edit the site in the Designer without needing to share passwords or have them pay for an additional seat.

I agree. It does suck that Webflow took that feature away because, it’s inconvenient having your clients monthly payment or annually for that matter, on your credit card. Has Webflow explained why they took that option out?

Preferably, both would be good to use. The client billing was better because it kept their billing separate from my own. I don’t like having my clients due bill taken out of my credit or debit card. It just feels like with all of the new updates. Webflow took a step backwards on this one. Smh.

Hugely inconvenient, I find it funny that Webflow is trying hard to convince people of the value of Webflow hosting but killed the one hosting feature every designer relied on.

Now there’s really not much reason to stay.

With the price hikes, unreliable forms and server outages, nearly 80% of our clients are asking to be relocated.

@memetican If you need superb hosting feel free to hit me up. Yep I do that.

Thanks Jeff, I’ll do that, I need to expand my range of options. Jamstack is working great in most cases but a few clients are requesting a stronger CMS solution like Contentful.