I’ve been working with webflow for a dozen of my clients now and I’ve noticed 2 things pretty problematic for an otherwise amazing user experience with the editor :
1 - When editors publish, it apparently publishes every updates in bulk (not just those of the editor publishing) This means, it publishes also what other editors are doing AND what’s happening in the designer (I’ve very recently had such a problem with a client). This means, having the ability as designer to publish either on dev version (webflow.io) or on the live site in order to have 2 alternate versions of the site running in parallel is completely useless if any editor can publish your designer modifications and therefore ruin your “clean” workflow.
2 - (It probably goes with the first one) When an editor edits stuff, webflow logs the modifications and shows him that it saved those actions for publishing. But there is no cross or button to cancel a modification. Why log each step if you can’t cancel one of them separately of the others (a check with saved would have sufficed in that case). Many of my clients have asked how they could possibly CTRL+Z their way back to a state before one of their modifications… And I’ve always told them they had to be careful when editing since they could not do that on their own (only by calling me to reset a former state from the backup).
Is there any easy fix that you guys from webflow could push to the editor ?
These are not deal breakers, but it would be HUGE improvements for any users with a rather heavy use of webflow. Thanks a bunch