Webflow Integration

Webflow allows anyone to create a website, without coding skills. If you have a Webflow form on your site, you can use our Webflow integration to showcase new sign-ups via your form to your website visitors in a Recent Sign-Up Nudge. This way you can turn your Webflow form submissions into powerful Social Proof on your website.

Note: This article does not discuss how to install the Nudgify Pixel on your Webflow site, which is what allows you to display Nudges on your Webflow site in the first place (regardless of whether your Webflow sign-up data is connected). Read this article for instructions on installing the Nudgify Pixel on your Webflow site

How Do I Integrate Nudgify With Webflow?

Follow the steps below to connect Webflow to Nudgify.

Step 1. Copy Your Webhook URL

To manage your integrations, click the “Integrations” button on the left-hand sidebar. This will take you to the Integrations page, where you manage your integrations with other apps and software. Find Webflow in the list and click “Connect”.

webflow social proof

Click to copy your Nudgify Webhook URL. 

Step 2. Create a Webhook in Webflow and paste your Webhook URL

You will now paste your Webhook URL in the right place in your Webflow account. With this Webhook URL, Webflow will know to send each new form submission to your Nudgify account. In your Webflow dashboard, follow these steps:

  • Go to Project Settings > Integrations
  • Scroll down to Webhooks and click Add Webhook
  • For Trigger type, select Form Submission
  • Paste your Nudgify Webhook URL in the Webhook URL field
  • Click Add Webhook to save your webhook

webflow form submission social proof

Go back to Nudgify and click the “I’ve done it” button.

Step 3. Create Sign-ups Nudges or our form submissions

Congratulations! You have now linked your Webflow forms to Nudgify. On your Data Feeds page, in the “sign-ups” tab, you will be able to see any new form submissions that are sent to Nudgify. It’s time to start showcasing new Webflow form submission sign-ups in Social Proof Nudges!

You can create two types of Nudges with the Webflow integration.

  1. Nudges that show single sign-ups
  2. Nudges that show a count of multiple sign-ups

Show Single Sign-ups

Go to the Nudges page and click “Add Nudge”. Choose the Individual Subscriptions Nudge from the Nudge Library.

sign-up nudge

You can now configure the selected Nudge. First of all, select “Webflow” as the data source. This way, the Nudge will use your Webflow data to show in the Nudge.

webflow sign-up

You can also customise the text of the Nudge here (“subscribed to our newsletter”, “signed-up to our mailing list”, or whatever else you want to put down). You can also select how recent the sign-ups need to be that you want to display. Find out more about the customisation options for Sign-up Nudges.

Once you’re done, click “Continue”. The Nudge will now automatically capture and show individual recent sign-ups. You can track how your Nudges perform from your Statistics page.

Show All Subscriptions

When creating a new Nudge, choose the All Sign-ups Nudge in the Social Proof Nudges category of the Nudge Library.

Active Campaign Social Proof

You can now configure this Nudge. First of all, select “Webflow” as the data source. This way, the Nudge will use your Webflow data to show in the Nudge.

webflow sign-ups

You can also customise the text of the Nudge here (“subscribed to our newsletter”, “signed-up to our mailing list”, or whatever else you want to put down). You can also select how recent the sign-ups need to be that you want to display, and set a minimum and maximum number of Sign-ups. Find more about the customisation options for Sign-up Nudges.

Click “Continue”. The Nudge will now automatically capture and show a summary of recent subscriptions. You can track how your Nudges perform from your Statistics page.

That’s it! All your new Webflow form submissions will now be turned into powerful Social Proof automatically and display in Sign-up Nudges on your site.

Updated on December 15, 2022

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