A visitor signs in at the Webflow site via Memberstack, then it's user information from Memberstack is pushed to Webflow CMS to tell the system to serve specific information to that user alone, then the user Memberstack account is syncronized at FoxyCart for enabling SSO when checking out
Enabling useful memberships for Webflow sites
Memberstack is a powerful tool enabling the possibility for users to log in to websites on which backend access is not available, just like Webflow, and so allowing organizations to serve content specific to these users without developing the entire logging-in environment. It can help with processes such as allowing customers to log in to see the status of their Webflow order, or maybe having users to create an account before processing orders with Foxycart or PayPal. Concerning its level of complexity, this automation implementation difficulty is If looking for a basic system that allows users to log in and access a collection page specific to them, then mid to high skills with these platforms will suffice what is required to move on. The more complexity, though, the higher skills and more time will be needed for developing the integrations. And for certain scenarios, our help could be very valuable to evaluate whether it is more convenient to develop a custom system on a server with backend control. Now, the most important: about the time your organization can save. Each workflow is unique and so its related business strategy. Memberstack and Webflow can save a considerable amount of time for projects already based on Webflow and requiring straightforward logged in users functionality such as checking orders status or having access to exclusive membership content. It is also very useful for creating early concepts for systems that will be proved in terms of business viability. In such scenarios, we could be talking of 76 hours saved (around $5,000 saved) for kicking started these systems versus building them custom from scratch.