Request a quote from selected Products and Variants

Hi everyone.
Maybe this needs a easy solution, but I can find it nowhere.
I have a client who sells and makes personalized merchandising, like t-shirts, mugs, etc. they want in their website that users can pick a product with some variants on their website. (Like a T-shirt, with color Blue, L Size and a logo in the chest).
The website will not show the prices of the items.
There will only be a button for the user to submit the products they have chosen to be evaluated by my client.
Once they have been evaluated, my client will send an e-mail with a quote for those products.
What I need is a that my client can receive a custom e-mail with all the chosen products from the user.
Anyone can help me?

@Valter_Rosa - This is not a feature of Webflow so you can either you role your own code or turn to a tool like which has quote functionality as an option. You can explore their docs for more information.

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Hey @webdev. Thanks for the tip. The problem is the need of one more tool, and one more subscription. My client does not agree with that. :face_exhaling:

I can’t see how a $20 a month subscription is more expensive than coding a solution. Good luck with your project.

Thank you @webdev. I really need to make a better work research before bid a project. :sweat_smile:
But thanks a lot for your help.

Hi @Valter_Rosa.
Josh with Foxy here. What you’re after is possible with our seamless Webflow integration:

I understand you don’t want to have to pay for an additional service. Unfortunately, what you’re after isn’t easily possible with Webflow Ecommerce. To confirm, with Foxy, you can downgrade to a CMS plan.

Here to help if you have any questions or need help getting started:


Hello @Valter_Rosa
I’m in the same situation as you were, how did you solve it?

Hello @Magdalena_Labarca.
After many meetings with the client we have made the project in Shopify with a Plug-in for request a quote. It’s not the best solution, since Shopify is made for selling and payng products in the platform. Bu that serve the client needs. The client is a local business with 4 employes, and the budget was too low to coding a solution, or to add aditional services.

Hi Valter, I’m glad you found an approach that works for you.

Is there a reason why you didn’t just use the CMS? Since you don’t need an ECommerce solution it would be relatively simple to build out product and variant pages, and then a “quote form” that simply lets you select items ( dropdown ) and quantities for the quote.

You could likely avoid custom code entirely by using Finsweet’s CMS Select, depending on the UX you want to build

If you have a large catalog and wanted something more like a shopping experience with a cart and a checkout process ( that completes the quote, rather than the transaction ), there are a number of free shopping cart libs you could integrate without much custom code work.