As part of our GDPR-compliance efforts, we’re making two changes to forms:
Hopefully you’ve already heard about this change, but in case you missed it: we’re no longer supporting form functionality on newly* exported sites, so you’ll need to find a third-party tool to handle your forms. You can still handle the visual design (i.e., front end) of your forms in Webflow — you’ll just need to hook up your forms to another service to handle the back-end.
*Forms on sites exported before May 25th, 2018 will continue to work until July 31st, 2018 unless they’re re-exported. That is, if you exported a site before May 25th, then made changes to it in Webflow and re-exported it, the form would cease working at that time.
If you’re not the “data controller” for a site you’re working on — i.e., the owner of the business or an authorized representative — you really shouldn’t be looking at form submissions from your project settings.
So, we added a handy-dandy button to hide them, so you won’t ever be tempted to take a peek. You’ll find it in the forms tab of your project settings.
As part of our GDPR-compliance efforts, we’re making two changes to forms: 1) We’re no longer supporting form functionality on newly exported sites, so you’ll need to find a third-party tool to handle your forms. 2) We’re updating the forms tab to allow you to hide form submissions that you shouldn’t see if you’re not the owner of a site you’re working on.