Manage your Webflow account from your Dashboard.
Note: We’re transitioning to Workspaces, and the content in this lesson is Workspaces-specific. Visit the Workspaces blog post to read more about these updates and changes. You can also learn how to check if your account is on Workspaces.
You can manage your Webflow profile, email settings, and account security in the Profile settings section of your Dashboard.
In this lesson, you’ll learn:
Your avatar shows up as your profile picture in your public profile and in notifications. To upload or update your avatar, first open your Profile settings:
You can update your account’s First name, Last name, and Username in Profile settings. Your first and last name are displayed on your public profile (if your public profile is enabled) and notifications. Your username is displayed on your public profile (if your public profile is enabled) and other public pages. To update these fields:
You can add or update your profile info in Profile settings. Here, you can add your City, Country, Job Title, Employer, Personal projects, Bio, and Skills.
You can also turn “on” the Available for hire toggle so the “Hire me” button is displayed on your public profile. This allows potential clients to contact you (we’ll email you when they do).
Then, you can toggle “on” your Public profile so this information is visible on your public profile, on Made in Webflow pages, and the designer lists. This info is also visible to prospective clients who can find you by searching your location.
To add or update your profile info:
To view your account’s creation date, go to Profile settings > Profile tab > Account details.
To update your email address, please follow the steps in our Update your email address article.
To update your email notifications, please follow the steps in our Email subscription settings article.
To update your Dashboard notifications:
To change your account password, please follow the steps in our Change the account password article.
To add two-factor authentication to your account, please follow the steps in our Two-factor authentication article.
You can view your account security activity in Profile settings. This log shows security events, such as account logins, logouts, and instances when two-factor authentication is enabled or disabled.
To view your account security activity:
You can delete your Webflow account, but please keep in mind this will delete all your unpublished and published Webflow sites, your Workspace(s), and your account information. You will need to contact customer support to completely delete your account, but you can expedite the process by following the steps below.
Important: You can’t recover a deleted Workspace — once it’s deleted, it’s gone forever.
If you’re the Owner of only 1 Workspace, complete these steps to delete your account:
If you’re the Owner of multiple Workspaces, complete these steps to delete your account: