Technically yes, using custom code- but you’d be breaking the way login normally works. The “normal” login pattern on most sites is that if you try to access a secured resource and you’re not logged in, you’ll be redirected to login so that you have a chance to authenticate, or sign-up.
If you’re already logged in and try to access a resource you are not authorized for, then you’ll get an Access Denied message.
That’s the standard pattern for most sites, and it’s the way Webflow built theirs.
You can hijack that by writing custom code on the login page that looks for a redirection path in the URL querystring. If you get one, you know that you’re at login due to a redirect condition, and you also know what they were trying to access, so you can reroute accordingly.
I really wouldn’t recommend breaking the standard pattern unless you have a very good case for it- there’s a reason for the way it was designed.