Use the Webflow Dashboard to access, create, and manage your projects.
Note: We’re transitioning to Workspaces, and are in the process of updating our content. Visit the Workspaces blog post to read more about these updates and changes, or visit our updated lesson on the Dashboard. You can also learn how to check if your account is on Workspaces.
From your dashboard, you can access, create, and manage your projects.
When you sign up for a Webflow account, you’ll be taken to your personal dashboard where you can start creating projects.
If you’re part of a team or multiple teams, you’ll have additional dashboards for each team. Team dashboards also show you the activity of your team members in the Team activity section.
You can switch between your personal dashboard and team dashboards from the dashboard dropdown menu.
Webflow officially supports the Dashboard on the latest version of Chrome or Safari’s evergreen release, plus 2 versions for varying update cycles. Webflow also unofficially supports the use of all modern browsers.
* Degree of browser support depends upon features used (e.g., filter has partial support in Edge). More details can be found at:
On June 15, 2022, Microsoft officially ended support for Internet Explorer 11 (IE11). While sites published in Webflow use industry standard features supported in modern web browsers, some features unsupported by IE11 might function incorrectly on that browser. Learn more about IE11 support from Microsoft.
Webflow doesn’t support IE 9 or IE 10 in any situation. Learn more about this decision.
Good to know: An evergreen browser is one that updates itself automatically, meaning that most people have the newest, automatically updated version.
If you run into issues using Webflow on experimental browsers, please report your issue under the experimental browsers category on the Webflow Forum.
Note: You can determine the browser and operating system version you're using with What's my Browser.
To create a new Webflow project, just click on that all-so-important blue button.
Here, you can choose to create a blank project, where you can design and develop from scratch. Or, if you prefer, you can start with a template. Learn more about templates.
When you have a number of projects in your dashboard, you can sort them using preset sort options, organize them in folders, and filter/search for them using the search bar.
By default, your projects are sorted by date created. You can also sort them alphabetically or by last modified.
You can also organize your projects within folders in your dashboard.
You can create folders by pressing the folder icon.
You can move your project into a folder from the project menu. When you press move to a folder, you’ll be able to choose the folder you want to move your project into from the folder dropdown menu.
You can also create a new folder right from this dropdown menu.
You can delete any folder any time just by going into that folder and pressing the trashcan icon.
Don’t worry, your projects are safe! When you delete a folder, all projects within that folder will be moved to All Projects.
You can also search within the dashboard if you have tons of projects. The search functionality also allows you to search within folders.
In the dashboard, each of your projects is represented with a thumbnail and some useful details about your project.
To open the project in the Designer, click on the thumbnail and design away!
The project menu allows you to access your project settings and do some quick project management:
Thumbnail images are automatically generated for your projects in your dashboard. They get updated each time you publish your project to your .webflow.io subdomain.
If your project's thumbnail image is inaccurate, unpublish your project from the .webflow.io subdomain and publish it again. Now, hard-refresh the dashboard to see the updated thumbnail.