Webflow mentions Blogs many times in their videos and documentation, but in fact there is no way to create a blog using Webflow. That in spite of the fact that users have been asking for that capability for more than 4 years.
Even using Zapier, it looks like you should be able to implement a blog, but I don’t think it works. It only works by manually updating a row in a google sheet which then updates your CMS. But there is no way for users to update your CMS on a Webflow page.
If I’m wrong I’ll admit it, but I’d love to know how to do it.
Tons of people build blogs on Webflow. I’ve built blogs on Webflow.
There’s literally a “blog posts” preset when creating a collection list.
I agree with @Cricitem
Webflow has the best CMS system and blog functionality. Can you explain more what you want to say?
Here’s a custom blog for a client > https://www.oatsandberries.com/
@mwulfe This might help you. A Blog is created in Webflows CMS capabilities and is very easy to set up and keep updated.
OK, I’m thinking more of a forum rather than a blog. My bad.
thanks for the clarification
Forums, like this one are actually web apps that require a lot of backend code. This forum is actually a https://www.discourse.org/ forum and hosted externally.
At this time you cannot create a forum in Webflow.
Ah! Yeah. No way to create a forum.
But I’m sure with that correction you immediately realized Webflow never mentions building forums within Webflow.
Even this forum isn’t built in Webflow.
Beat me by like literally .6 seconds. I saw you responding and tried to double-time it.
This should help https://muut.com.
How about a blog where people can comment and the author can reply to it?
Making the site more interactive…
Definitely this can be done. You can add comments to a blog using disqus, actually that platform is the one that Webflow uses for its own blog.