How Do I Add an Admin to Webflow?

Adding an Admin to Webflow is a straightforward process that allows you to grant access and delegate responsibilities to other individuals. Whether you’re working on a team project or simply need assistance managing your website, adding an admin can help streamline tasks and improve productivity. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the steps required to add an admin in Webflow.

Step 1: Accessing the Project Settings
To begin, log in to your Webflow account and navigate to the dashboard. From there, select the desired project by clicking on its name. This will take you to the project’s settings page.

Step 2: Navigating to Team Settings
Once you’re on the project settings page, locate the sidebar on the left-hand side of the screen. Scroll down until you find the “Team” option and click on it. This will open up the team management section.

Step 3: Adding an Admin

In the team management section, you’ll see a list of all existing team members with their respective roles. To add a new admin, click on the “Add Team Member” button located at the top right corner of the screen.

Step 4: Filling out Team Member Details

A modal window will appear where you can enter the details of the new team member. Start by providing their email address in the designated field. Make sure to use an email address associated with their Webflow account or invite them using their email address if they don’t have one yet.

Next, select “Admin” from the role dropdown menu. This role grants full access and control over all aspects of your Webflow project.

Step 5: Sending an Invitation

After filling out the team member’s details, click on the “Send Invitation” button. This will trigger an email notification to the specified email address, inviting them to join your team as an admin. They will need to accept the invitation and log in to their Webflow account to access the project.

Step 6: Confirmation
Once the team member accepts the invitation and logs in to Webflow, they will have admin access to your project. You can verify their status by returning to the project settings page and checking if their name appears in the list of team members with an “Admin” role.

  • Tips:
  • If you need to remove an admin or change their role later on, you can do so by clicking on their name in the team members list and selecting the appropriate action.
  • Be cautious when adding new admins, as they will have full control over your project. Only grant admin access to individuals you trust and who need it for specific tasks.
  • Regularly review and manage your team members’ roles to ensure that everyone has appropriate access levels.

Congratulations! You’ve successfully learned how to add an admin in Webflow.

By delegating responsibilities and granting access, you can collaborate more efficiently with other team members or provide assistance when needed. Remember to use this feature wisely and always prioritize security by managing roles effectively.