How to create an Edit Form: Using MemberStack to control access when populating Webflow form fields from the Webflow CMS

Howdy all :wave:

For this screen cast, I’ll pick up where we left off on part 3 and show you how to create a full-blown Edit Form. We’ll pre-populate Webflow form fields with data from your Webflow CMS and then update the CMS with your edits.

These are all things you CANNOT do natively within Webflow, but with the help of MemberStack you most certainly can!

Before getting started, you may want to review the entire series. It’ll go over the basics of setting up a Webflow form, submitting it to the CMS (part 1), layering in member logins on top (part 2), and referencing the logged in member with each new form submission (part 3).

Let’s build it right now:

Would you like more?

On my site I include access to…

  • All of the sharable Zaps
  • The code listed in the video
  • The url for the live site (give it a test drive)
  • This webflow project (click through it yourself to see my settings)
  • The step-by-step PDF cheat sheet I used to create this video (it details each and every step in the process)

Start leveraging all this extra help right now:


Hey @ChrisDrit,

Another amazing video thank you so much I am sure this will help a lot of people! :grinning::tada:


@ChrisDrit thank you for your videos. They are amazing and I am a huge fan and supporter. You have saved many headaches. I have a question in regards to populating fields in the form, is it possible to populate non-text fields such as Select Fields (Dropdown Fields)? I’m struggling with this and I don’t seem to find a solution. Thanks

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Thank you for the kind words @rainbo :pray:

I don’t have anything specifically (maybe I should create something) but check this out and see if it helps: How to Webflow: Adding data from Collections to Select Dropdown fields - YouTube