+1 to this. Webflow Designer has become increasingly buggy lately. Getting in touch with support has become more difficult thanks to their chatbot, and WF support already takes forever to respond. Then they send gratuitous troubleshooting steps even though you are contacting them with a well documented bug report.
Add this to the limits of cms, filtering, single-player designer that only allows one person to edit the site at a time, and you may find yourself in a very frustrating situation especially if you develop sites in webflow for client companies.
Besides bondlayer, I’ve also recently discovered Makeswift which is fairly new but looks promising.
Of course, before starting to use these new platforms with client projects, testing and vetting the companies is required. Webflow is established, yes, but they have become lethargic and apathetic to users. I’m guessing they are hitting serious scaling walls and refactoring the platform to solve for some of these limitations may take a long time.