Give members a way to see their unique activity and engagement on their profiles.
If members can see how they're performing, they'll find your service more valuable.
Members can regularly check their analytics and keep coming back to make improvements.
Supports all membership platforms out of the box.
To build your member dashboard, first connect Nocodelytics to your Webflow site with a simple script. No need to write any code!
Select the type of metrics you want on your dashboard and customize the layout.
Copy your dashboard's iframe script and place it in an HTML Embed anywhere on your Webflow site.
"Building an analytics dashboard for Webflow projects has never been easier and our clients have never been happier! Using Nocodelytics is truly an unfair advantage for our agency. The actionable data we provide our clients with Nocodelytics makes all other analytics platforms obsolete."
"Nocodelytics allowed me to easily set up custom dashboards for my clients, so they can see what actions users take on their site and make better sense of their website performance. I love how I can set up custom events so easily in Webflow. Also, it doesn't negatively impact site speed the way GA does. Nocodelytics has been a game changer for me and my clients."
"Nocodelytics has really helped us figure out how people use NoCode.Tech. The Webflow integration is far beyond anything on the market and lets us figure out interesting and useful metrics like which items in a collection are most popular! Our analytics stack going forward will be purely GA and Nocodelytics."
"Nocodelytics unlocks so much value for businesses that are using Webflow + Jetboost. Thanks to their simple no-code installation process, you can quickly learn what content your site’s visitors are searching for, and interacting with, most frequently. No other analytics tool integrates this deeply and seamlessly with Webflow!"
Adding analytics to your Webflow member dashboard is really simple. All you need to do is make sure you have a page for your members to access their analytics as well as a public page which you want to report analytics for. Once you have those, just connect Nocodelytics to your Webflow account, set up your dashboard and then embed it wherever you like in Webflow. With a simple script you can provide unique analytics to all of your members.
The steps to building a member dashboard in Webflow vary depending on which membership service you use. Follow the relevant tutorial depending on whether you're using Memberstack, Outseta or native Webflow memberships.