Great news! Now you can copy and paste existing layouts, elements, interactions — even entire pages — from one project to another.
Webflow will also recognize similarities and differences in class names and styles, making it smoother to merge duplicate styles when you’re moving elements between projects.
(For all the nitty gritty details, check out our documentation on Webflow University).
Copying and pasting between projects may seem like a small thing, but it opens up a world of new possibilities for Webflow power users.
Here are some of the big new opportunities that copying and pasting between projects unlocks:
For more on each of these new workflows, check out our blog post about the release of copy and paste between projects.
And for a full look at how to copy and paste between projects, how we deal with conflicts in classes, and more details on some edge cases and considerations, check out our documentation on Webflow University.
P.S. Support for copying and pasting legacy interactions that target classes is not available yet. If you run into issues around this, let us know.
Now you can build new sites faster by reusing common layouts, interactions, and more across projects.