This is something you should be aware of if you’re using Webflow’s tabs or interactions, such as click to expand. If you want to rank your site in Google, it looks like using these may be a bad choice going forward.
It now looks like content that isn’t immediately visible to the user will be (and has been for a while) discounted or ignored by Google. This is very frustrating because there are some really nice things you can do with interactions, and sometimes it’s better for UX to hide certain content when the page first loads.
For a long time Google’s own advice has been to ‘build websites for users, not search engines’, but it looks like that’s gone out the window if you need to show everything that you want indexed on load.