You want to put a Webflow website online, but it's not ready yet? Or it's already online, but you want to add something to it? A tool that will allow you to collect the contact details of your visitors, for example. In that case you need Memberstack. I use Memberstack, both for my potential clients and for other freelancers who visit my site from time to time. But how did I manage to integrate Memberstack on Webflow?
I understand you've never used this tool before, and you're afraid to try. Don't worry, I'm here to help you. To save you from spending a whole day busting your head on this, just read this article to the end :) But first, I'm going to motivate you to continue your choice, why should you really use Memberstack for Webflow?
4 good reasons to integrate Memberstack on Webflow
Memberstack is compatible with Webflow (and with many other CMS for that matter).
It is also easy to use! You don't need any HTML or CSS skills if you want to use it. Even as a beginner, you can achieve great things on your site, thanks to Memberstack. Just drag and drop, copy and paste...
I invite you to analyze my site :) (and possibly to register if you want to be on the lookout for all my news, about Webflow, Webdesign, freelancing, etc.). In short, you'll see that Memberstack allows me to take care of my image, as a professional. Indeed, I still invite you to visit other professional websites. They too, certainly use tools for registration forms. Integrating Memberstack on Webflow will allow you to take care of your image, and that of your website.
I mean, you have nothing to worry about when it comes to visitor safety. Memberstack protects its data well.
Memberstack does not limit itself to collecting the contact information of your visitors. It will also allow you to manage all this data. However, it is not free. To access it, you will have to pay €25 per month. It's still affordable, isn't it?
There is a Youtube video in which I describe this at the bottom of the article. Support me by subscting to the YouTube channel "Happy Desk Design"
How do I use Memberstack?
Let's get to the heart of the matter. How to integrate Memberstack on Webflow? You'll have to register first (if you haven't already). Then log in, and make sure you fill in everything they ask you to do (the procedures are simple, like all registration procedures).
Once this step is finished, you just have to create your forms :) You have the choice between :
- create the design yourself
- Based on existing templates
I, at any rate, based myself on existing models. It's quicker, more convenient and simpler. I advise you to do as I did if you want to go faster.
Which model corresponds to the design of your site? It's up to you. Afterwards, you can always change this template. Remember, no need to know how to code :) Besides, before you really integrate Memberstack on Webflow, you have to think about your project. Make sure that the chosen template is consistent with it. Is it a simple form that only requires the user's first name and email, will there be a questionnaire, is a password required... Or will some members have access to premium accounts, others to free accounts...
On Happydesk, for example, I have two sections:
- one is for business
- the other, to freelancers
Now that everything is in order, pretend to fill out the form (just to make sure everything is working properly). When visitors fill in the form, you will receive an email notification.
Finally, you just have to integrate Memberstack on Webflow. It's easy, I assure you! You just have to follow the rest of the steps. If you ever have any questions or you're stuck on something, come and talk to me (by email or on my YouTube channel). There are also a lot of tutorials on Memberstack. There is also a private Facebook group dedicated to Webflow mutual aid. Come and join us!
Nothing can stop you now that you know how to manipulate Memberstack and Webflow! If your site is not online yet, don't wait any longer. If you want advice, you know where to find me ;)
YouTube: How did I integrate Memberstack on Webflow 2020?
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