Webflow and Notion are two powerful tools that can greatly enhance your productivity and efficiency in building websites and managing content.
Firstly, Notion is that all-in-one workspace where you can build anything you want on. You can create content, manage your workflow, build a website, and even collaborate with your team.
Webflow on the other hand is a drag-and-drop website builder that allows you to create a website without having to write a single line of code.
Taking advantage of Notion’s flexibility and combining it with Webflow’s powerful front-end experience will provide you with a seamless experience that will help you streamline your website workflow and content management tasks.
The setback is that you cannot integrate Notion and Webflow together directly.
In this article, we’ll show you how to integrate Webflow with Notion using Feather (a blogging platform that uses Notion as CMS) as a subfolder.
How to Integrate Webflow and Notion
It is important to know that you cannot integrate Webflow and Notion directly, However, the combination of Webflow and Notion using Feather can give a fully functional blog site with good CMS.
Why integrate Webflow and Notion
Integrating Webflow with Notion helps you take advantage of the strength of both tools. Here are a few reasons why you should integrate Notion with Webflow:
You need a content management system that can give you the flexibility to organize and manage your website’s content. With this integration, you can achieve this seamlessly in one location.
Ease in website design. With Webflow’s powerful design tools, you can turn your Notion content into responsive websites without writing a single line of code.
Task automation. You can integrate Webflow with Zapier which will automatically create new pages on your website whenever you add new content to your Notion workspace.
High-level productivity. This means you have your whole website content and design process managed all in one centralized location.
Overview of the integration features and capabilities
Here’s an overview of Notion and Webflow integration features:
Database Integration: Notion's databases can be integrated into your Webflow site, using Feather allowing you to display and organize data from your Notion workspace directly on your website. Most times as a blog.
Workflow Automation: With integration tools like Zapier, you can automate workflows between Webflow and Notion. For example, you could automatically create a new Notion page for every new Webflow form submission.
How to add a blog to Webflow with Feather
Why use Feather?
When you add a blog to Webflow with Feather, it adds the blog as a subfolder (subdirectory) which is very good for website visibility. What this means is that if you create any content on your blog, and it gets ranked, Google will identify it as the main domain (because of course it is).
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Using Webflow and Notion together
This is what you will be able to achieve by using Webflow and Notion together:
Improved Workflow and Productivity: You can use Notion to manage the design and development tasks that you want to implement for your website, collaborate with your team, and keep track of your progress.
Better Collaboration and Communication: Notion makes it easy to collaborate with your team by allowing you to share your pages and projects with them. You can also use the commenting feature to communicate with your team and keep track of feedback and updates.
Combining two powerful tools Notion and Webflow will be a game-changer for you as a creator or a business owner. One platform gives you the opportunity to be fluid with your work process, and the other helps you create beautiful website designs.
This is more like running your website and the whole process seamlessly (all in one location).
If your website heavily depends on a lot of blog content, the best option is to use Feather to create and manage your blog.