Unfortunately Webflow doesn't offer pageview counts to Webflow or Webflow CMS collection items. We created Flowmonk pageview sync to allow you to easily add real-time pageview count to any Webflow CMS collection. This allows you to add public pageviews to any Webflow CMS collection item which can be shown to users, or allow you to better understand which collection items are popular and which items are not.
How to add pageviews to Webflow?
To add pageviews to Webflow you'll need to utilize our Flowmonk pageview flow add-on which can be found within your Flowmonk dashboard. When logged into your Flowmonk account click on Add Flow, select the Item Pageview Totals flow as indicated below.
What can I do with Pageviews in Webflow?
Adding pageviews to Webflow CMS collections opens up a whole new world of possibilities. At the very least you could add a new pageview CMS collection element to your Webflow's site, showcasing how many pageviews each item has received to your visitors. You could keep this metric private and utilize Webflow's native CMS collection editor to sort your collection items by popularity. This allows you to quickly see which of your websites collection items are the most popular, and which are least popular.
How to sort items in Webflow by Pageviews
Adding pageviews to your Webflow CMS collection enables to you to utilize Webflow's native CMS sorting functionality to sort by your pageviews. This means you can have nearly real-time, dynamic sorting based on the popularity of your Webflow's collection items. As a visitor hits your page our Pageview sync script triggers an updated pageview for your Webflow CMS item. This field is updated and then reflected on your Webflow site in seconds. This means that items sorted by Webflow's native CMS sorting functionality will be updated to reflect those changes, allowing for truly dynamic and powerful Webflow design elements.
Things you can create with Flowmonks pageview sync:
Top 10, 25, 100 (or whatever) collection lists
Most popular items by pageviews
Least popular items by pageviews
Blog post pageview total display
Filter by pageviews
Sorting by pageviews
Internal pageview dashboards
Most popular multi-referenced pageview items
Least popular multi-referenced pageview items
User badges based on popularity
As you can see adding pageviews to your Webflow site unlocks a new world of possibility that turns a static Webflow site into a truly powerful dynamic site. What may seem like a simple add-on flow unlocks unlimited potential that benefits both you and your users. We're excited to see what you build with it.