It can take a lot of apps to keep a business going — Webflow integrations help them all work together, automatically.
Webflow integrations add enormous value and unlock all kinds of functionality for you and your users. In this post, I’ve rounded up 6 beautiful and functional integrations to inspire your next project.
Now, let’s get integrated.
Intercom’s plugin allows you to interact with your site’s visitors — live. Intercom Acquire integrates seamlessly into Webflow projects, enabling you to capture and convert leads into customers using real-time chat.
Commerce.ai provides a beautiful example of Intercom Acquire in action. When the page loads, a chat box prompts a live, personal interaction between the visitor and the commerce.ai team. This small pop-up chat window adds immense value to your site and can be the catalyst for a first-time visitor becoming an engaged client/customer.
ICYMI: Webflow recently announced that they’re launching Ecommerce soon. While it’s not available for use yet, there are plenty of options to integrate ecommerce into your site right now.
Enter Shopify: a cloud-based platform that integrates beautifully with Webflow’s dynamic embeds. With dynamic embeds, you can add the Shopify widget to your Webflow project and add your Shopify products onto your site.
Let’s take a look at one of our favorite uses of a Shopify integration by Matthew Munger. Matthew’s site, G4coffee, seamlessly integrates the Shopify widget for a smooth user experience.
Google Analytics, a free analytics platform, is an essential for websites of any kind. It provides free, powerful, and accurate metrics to measure your traffic volumes, the visitors’ country of origin, and even the browser they’re using.
While site visitors won’t see the beauty of Google Analytics, you certainly will:
Integrate MailChimp into your Webflow project for seamless email marketing automation, targeting and segmentation, A/B testing, team features, and more. The best part? This integration requires no HTML embeds or added scripts.
In two easy steps, you can create a signup form and connect it to a MailChimp list to gather contacts and segment them for your email marketing campaigns.
A shining example of this MailChimp integration is the signup form embedded in Duncan Hamra’s Showcase Search.
There’s very little Zapier can’t automate for you. Whether it’s taking form submissions; sending them to the Webflow CMS; or taking the information on the fly from a Google Sheet, inputting the data to your Webflow CMS, and then publishing that data without you even lifting a finger — the Zapier power is real!
It’s not possible to see Zapier at work, but you can see the fruits of its automated labor. Connor Finlayson’s site, Unicorn Factory, for example, allows users to set up accounts and even message each other. Both of these features are made possible with the Zapier integration that connects the dots and does the heavy lifting behind the scenes.