Thanks for your input, and I see your point. I do understand that there are powerful benefits by using Zapier to connect a variety of different services.
However, I believe there are several negatives to just using the Editor. Currently, anyone invited as a Collaborator then has nearly complete access to other CMS collections, as well as insight into other Form submissions AND any E-Commerce sales. Should a company hire an external or freelance Blog writer, for example, that collaborator would then have insight into other aspects of the company’s Webflow data, and even have the power to change and modify other aspects, which most companies would want to keep limited to just a few. I think there’s a powerful need for Webflow to create multi-tiered user type accounts, or at least the ability to limit specific collaborators to specific pages or CMS collections.
And if we were able to create a Webflow form that interacted with Webflow CMS items, we could always password-protect that page so only approved people could access it, thereby avoiding “just anyone” from posting random blogs.
I agree that Zapier offers some amazing options of things that Webflow doesn’t offer yet, but I would think those should be limited to more ‘heavy-lifting’ and complex interactions, rather than something that should be straight-forward and built-into Webflow itself.
Just my 2 cents…but I appreciate your input!