Thanks for the answer. I thought about that but that’s not a perfect solution, and we all understand why.
I think the option of placing a password on a folder with projects would solve many concerns.
One thing is to collaborate with a real team for long term projects, another thing is to pay 70$ to make sure not to expose your projects to someone who logins into your account just once. Not everyone can afford paying this, and it simply creates the feeling of the lack of security in the eyes of Webflow users.
I believe that most of the regular clients of the designers who use Webflow still don’t purchase a Team plan just to let a designer to login to the account and they just share their credentials. That’s because they usually have a single project inside and a general lack of experience in web building.
But how about designers who pay for the Pro plan to be able to store as many projects as possible and then they still have to be in fear of exposing their projects to a one-off visitor (normally a coder) who they don’t know and just hire online.
Even the name of the option of the “Team” plan doesn’t sound correct for such cases, since many of us don’t have a team, and we’d want someone to login to the account just once. So why would we need a ‘Team’ plan?
I believe that bigger businesses and enterprises who really do need a team plan would get this plan anyway and the ability to place a password on a folder wouldn’t make them want the team plan less, since this feature wouldn’t change anything for those who really need this plan.
Hopefully Webflow would work on that and the solution can be found asap.