Backups

Learn how to create backup points and restore previously saved versions of your Webflow site by using the built-in Backups feature.

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You can restore previously saved backups of your Webflow site by using the built-in Backups feature. If you're on the free Starter plan, you can restore any of the last 2 backups. If you're hosting the site with Webflow or have any premium account plan, you have unlimited backups.

In this article
  1. Save a backup
  2. Preview and restore backup versions

Save a backup

Restore points are created automatically on every 20th auto-save and when restoring to a previous version.

You can manually create a backup restore point for your site when you're in the Designer by pressing ⌘+Shift+S (or Ctrl+Shift+S on Windows), then save and close. Optionally, you can add a description that can help you identify this backup version in your backups list before you save your backup.

Add a description and save a backupof your site

Preview and restore backup versions

You can access your project backups from the project settings → backups.

Here, you can preview any backup to ensure you're restoring the correct version. Then, you can restore it to bring that backup back to life.

Restore a previous version of your site

Just in case, Webflow saves the current version of your project when you restore to a previous version.

Common questions

Are deleted images and assets restored when I restore a backup?

Yes, images and other assets are saved with a backup, so they can be restored by restoring the backup.

Browser support

Can I Use ? Data on support for the feature across the major browsers from caniuse.com.