User Accounts linked to CMS collection

Hi @steffi

It’s a bit confusing, unfortunately. There are a lot of technical terms that can mean different things depending on where & how you use them.

For a good high level walk through of it all, checkout my tutorial How to use Webhooks with Webflow.

When you are talking about Webhook, you means the webhook fonction in Logic right ?

No, I was speaking to something else.

In Webflow, you can create a Webhook that automatically triggers for you, for example, whenever a new Webflow Membership is created or updated.

When Webflow see’s this triggered, it will send that CMS item wherever you tell it to go.

In your case, you’ll want to send that new Membership record to Webflow Logics “incoming webhook” feature.

Webflow Logic will receive your new (or updated) Membership record and you can then create a new CMS item with it.

Here’s a quick, high-level walk through:

This should give you what you need.

Setup Webflow Logic with an “incoming webhook” trigger.

Then copy the url provided:

Head over to the Webflow Webhook Creator tool, this is the easiest way to setup your Webhooks.

Paste in the url you just copied:

Choose a trigger, either a membership added, or updated:

Take pause for a moment.

Notice all the options you have listed in the screen shot above.

Anytime anyone one of those happens, you can send it off somewhere and glue together some serious power with any Webflow site.

This process may seem a bit long, and manual.

But once you get the hang of it, it’s quick and gives you the power to extend Webflow beyond anything it’s capable of alone.

Good stuff :smiley:

The last thing to do is grab your Webflow API Token. The site has instructions on where to find that within your Webflow project:

Tap the “Create Webflow Webhook” button and you’re done, Webhook created!

Now anytime you create a Membership, Webflow will send that record to Logic.

Let’s test it!

Invite a new Memberships user:

Head back to Webflow Logic and tap on the test button:

Run the test, and success!

Add a “create cms item” action and you’re good to go :smile:

Those are the basics.

Once you have them nailed down you’re world opens up.

Hope that helps!