Launching the Wishlist
To give you a more direct way to vote on and make feature requests, keep these requests better organized, and to make it clearer to our community what we’re working on, we’re phasing out our forum wish list category in favor of a new, community-driven wishlist website.
We’ve started migrating some of the top requests from the forum to the new wishlist site, and will be pointing existing forum threads to their corresponding wishlist threads over the coming days.
In the meantime, we invite you all to check it out and vote for the features you want most, or propose new ideas. It’s integrated with your Webflow account login, so you won’t need to create a new account — just use your existing Webflow account.
The Webflow Wishlist is now our source of truth for all communication channels: support tickets, Twitter/other social media, emails, and so on.
The beginnings of a public roadmap
Many customers have asked us to create a public Webflow roadmap. While it’s often hard for us to describe exactly what the development team is working on (such as refactoring projects), our public wishlist site gives us a few ways to describe feature requests we’re actively working on or considering.
As requests are added to the wishlist, we’ll be tagging them with one of the following labels, which will help you understand where they fall within our development and planning timeline.
- Planned: Features we plan to get to in the short to medium term. (Ideally, in 3-6 months, but timelines may vary.)
- Considering: Features we’re actively looking for customer feedback on before prioritizing in our development schedule
- Unlikely to build: Features that don’t line up with our long-term plans or vision for Webflow
- Shipped: Features that have recently shipped, and any additional details
- Already exists: Features requested by the community, but that already exist in Webflow
Looking to the future
Webflow has an incredible community of supporters, and we hope our wishlist site will be the first of many improvements we’ll make to bring more transparency to our development process. As with any project, the Wishlist will continue to be a work-in-progress, but we’re certain it’ll improve our ability to communicate our roadmap to you, as well as your ability to influence that roadmap.