When you’re running a blog or other content-heavy website, managing SEO and Open Graph settings for every single page can be seriously time-consuming.
So we thought, wouldn’t it be cool if you could automate that?
So we did.
That’s why we’re stoked to announce all-new dynamic SEO and Open Graph settings for Collections in Webflow CMS.
To start defining your dynamic SEO, just open the Collection Template’s settings (by clicking the gear icon you see on hover), and scroll down to SEO Settings.
To pull in content from a Collection field, click Add Field and pick from the list of the options.
If you ever need to update it, just click the existing dynamic field to open a dropdown of options. And if there’s anything you want to apply to all pages (like “Webflow Blog” above), just type it in as you want it to display.
In the Search Result Preview field, you’ll see how your choices will show up in search engine results pages (SERPs). You can also click the left and right arrow buttons to scroll through previews and make sure none of your posts break the mold.
Keep scrolling to set up your dynamic Open Graph settings, and don’t forget to tell Webflow where to grab your OG image!
(If you’re not familiar with Open Graph, it works a lot like meta titles and descriptions, but for social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+).
Dynamic SEO and Open Graph settings are live as of … now. Enjoy!