N8n integration doesn’t work

Describe the problem/error/question

I want to create a Webflow form submissions to Telegram bot integration via n8n. However, when I add a Webflow trigger (form submission), it just doesn’t work. I did everything in the n8n docs down to the T regarding Webflow credentials, but I cannot load a website(s).

What is the error message (if any)?


I’ve also tried installing the app in Webflow directly, but it didn’t work either.

Information on your n8n setup

  • n8n version: 1.41.1
  • Running n8n via (Docker, npm, n8n cloud, desktop app): Railway
  • Operating system: Windows 11

Hi Georgy,

I can’t guess where exactly in your workflow things are breaking- but it does look like it’s being triggered which means the Webflow webhook integration side is working.

I run some n8n automations off of form submissions as well, but I do it directly from the form to the n8n webhook, rather than through Webflow’s webhook API.

If you just want the data directly you might try that approach. I have a feature in SA5 that lets you more easily integrate a form directly to an n8n automation, and then return success / fail and show the correct Webflow form response depending.

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Hi, Michael!

Thanks for the reply — I need to turn on browser notifications to answer more quickly, haha.

I did post the same question on n8n forum, and one of n8n employees said that they (most likely) use Legacy Webflow API, hence it doesn’t work — it’s gonna be updated, but I didn’t get any ETA on that yet.

That being said, your solution is pretty good! I think webhooks are more reliable in a way.

I have one question though: does it work with Webflow Ecommerce forms?

Do you mean e.g. the add-item form and checkout? I don’t use Webflow’s ECom but I’d expect that ECom forms do not give you the ability to specify a different Action. It doesn’t really make sense there, and… security.

I’d be surprised if the checkout form could be interfered with much at all, typically in ECom, checkout is externally hosted to secure the CC transmission.

On Webflow-managed forms like add-item, I’d guess that you could still add your own submit handler on top of Webflow’s, but that’s an odd situation and you wouldn’t be replacing it, which means potential timing complications between multiple handlers.