The EASIEST Way To Build Uniqu…

Today I am going to show you how you can build member-specific dashboards inside of Webflow! This way you can provide your clients with live, custom dashboards with their own unique KPI’s.

One of the most common requests I receive is how to make member-specific dashboards inside of Webflow. These unique member dashboards have a variety of use cases – personalized online courses, personalized member analytics dashboards, etc – all of which can be built inside of Webflow using No-Code tools.

Memberstack 2.0 is one of the most popular ways to build member-specific dashboards inside of Webflow. Their software allows us to gate our content, build free or paid membership plans, embed signup and login forms seamlessly into our Webflow accounts, and create member-specific landing pages and dashboards – all with little to no code. They are awesome! The issue however, is that the documentation to get started in Memberstack 2.0 is vague and difficult to decipher. Personally, I found it very difficult to get my unique member dashboards up and running using their onboarding instruction manual, so I decided to make a full tutorial video so that you can get your unique member sites ready to rock with as little hassle as possible!

In this video I will show you how to create your member-specific pages in Webflow (including Memberstack custom fields, Webflow CMS template pages, login redirects, and Zapier integrations). I will also show you how to set up your AirTable database to allow…


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  1. echo the comment below, there's no up to date memberstack 2.0 content with all the latest webflow features. your tutorials are really easy to follow and you're doing a great job thanks for all the help!

  2. Hi I had a question. Would this have a security risk in that if anyone is logged in and enters someone else's dashboard url into the search bar, It would take them to someone else's dashboard, instead of redirecting them to their own. Is that right or am I going wrong somewhere? Thanks

  3. Thanks a lot for these videos. They are very useful. Would it be possible that you also make a video showing how to allow visitors on a webflow site to edit data in a cms collection assigned to them? Like Crocoblock in Elementor Pro. Thanks in advance.

  4. Thanks so much! You're a lifesaver.
    There was other content on YouTube on creating member-specific pages in Webflow, but not with Memberstack 2.0, so I really appreciate it! ❤

  5. Incredible! Easy to follow steps too, thank you so much 🙂 I haven't been able to find instructions for building this DIY style anywhere without needing a proper dev background. I'm hoping Webflow will add some graph/chart components in the future into the Member sections to help connect data like this to plot graphs, and be able to toggle and filter date ranges like you made like MTD, YTD that would be the dream. Appreciate all your hard work on figuring this out 🖤from a fellow bean counter

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