but i was under the impression that for each new article I should also give a separate cannonical link as to tell google that this is the “original version/master” before I post the same article on Linkedin, Medium, etc.
If thats true, then how do i set a new canonical for each page individually?
is it just by adding each new link that the custom code section there with the “add Field” button?
or no need at all since i set the global canonical link?
Great, that global generates a unique canonical URL for every page on your site, including your article pages. You do not want any other canonical URLs on any page of your site.
I think you might be confused on what canonical URLs are. It’s just a way to tell indexing engines “X is the official URL for this content”. The purpose is to clearly indicate whether there is another page that should be indexed instead, or whether the querystring part of the URL is a relevant part of the index entry.
That’s not really a thing. But if you’ve setup Webflow’s canonicals, you’ve come as close as you can to that, because your Webflow-generated canonical on your blog page points to itself as the canonical URL.