Learn how to add a photo gallery or lightbox in Webflow that automatically pulls in Tangram photos
Learn how to add reviews to a users profile from Tangram into Webflow
Learn how to add a min/max integer filter in Tangram on a Webflow front-end.
Learn how to add a listing map view in Webflow that draws from listings in your Tangram account.
Learn how to define different booking flows, purchase flows, application flows, etc with Tangram listing types.
Learn about Tangram pages and how to connect them to Webflow pages for custom front-ends.
Learn the basics of connecting default or custom fields from Tangram onto a Webflow page.
Learn how to conditionally hide elements on your Webflow page based on the currently set value in Tangram.
Learn what permissions you can change for user roles and what they are on your Tangram platform.
Learn how to enable previous and next buttons (pagination) for Tangram-powered search pages in Webflow.
Learn how to add a map view of user profiles in Webflow that draws from user accounts in your Tangram marketplace.
Learn how to make the currently selected filters show up on Tangram and Webflow search pages. This works for both listing and user search pages.
Learn how to make a no results message show up on a search page in Webflow.
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Learn how to connect a subdomain on Tangram and what to expect.
Learn how to publish or create a draft listing on your marketplace (e.g. service, class, event, product, job post, rental, etc.).
Learn how to undo or cancel a transaction (e.g. booking, appointment, purchase, application, etc)
Learn how to make a transaction (e.g. booking, appointment, job application, purchase, etc) on your marketplace.
As an admin you have full control over your platform. You can log in as any customer or vendor and make changes on their behalf. Anything that a user on your platform can do, you can do. Let’s see some of the most common examples.
Anyone who registers for an account on your Tangram app is considered a user. A user role is the type of user. In Tangram we can decide what each role can do, and what they have access to.
Learn how to connect commonly used buttons between Tangram and Webflow
Learn how to debug common problems when connecting Tangram to Webflow
Learn how to edit a no results found message on a listing or user directory page in Webflow x Tangram
Lean how to make custom fields and inputs show up in your Webflow design.
Learn how to connect your custom designs to Tangram using classes and ids in Webflow.
Learn what considerations you should make when picking a Webflow marketplace template to start with.
Learn how to set a default photo for listings if none is uploaded.
Learn how to turn on the invoicing feature on your Tangram platform.
Tell Tangram to render your new Webflow designs instead of the default Tangram ones by pasting your Webflow page links in Tangram's override fields
Connect Webflow to Tangram by copy/pasting a ✨magic code snippet✨ in the header of every page that needs to access data from Tangram in Webflow's page settings.
Build a marketplace with Webflow. Learn how to create a Webflow multi vendor marketplace using a Webflow marketplace template.
Learn how to use Tangram Webhooks with Zapier to connect to 3000+ apps.
Learn how to make it so certain listings automatically show up on every user profile without having to have them manually create them.
Learn how to create and edit user or listing directories on Tangram.
Learn how to edit or create new listing types for user roles in Tangram.
Learn where in your Tangram admin account to edit your different user roles (e.g. name, navigation menu, listing types, etc.)
Learn how to edit what pages each user role in your app has access to and what pages they see in their Tangram user portal.
Learn how to create a quiz in Typeform using Typeform custom variables that intelligently recommends quiz-takers listings in your Tangram app.
Learn how to create a quiz in Typeform using Typeform custom variables that intelligently recommends quiz-takers users in your Tangram app.
Learn how to add filters to user or listing directory/search pages in Tangram.
Automatically send a custom “Thanks for booking” email to customers in Tangram using Mailchimp, Zapier, and Tangram.
Automatically send a custom “You have been approved” email to users upon account approval in Tangram using Mailchimp, Zapier, and Tangram
Automatically send a custom “Thanks for signing up” email to users upon signup on Tangram using Mailchimp, Zapier, and Tangram
Want a Webflow blog? Looking for a Webflow blog template? Learn how to create a blog in Webflow.
Learn how to transfer ownership of Webflow website to someone else
Weigh the pros and cons of each way to monetize a marketplace business. Learn how to setup Tangram payments with Stripe by charging a commission or membership fee.
Opposite to a horizontal marketplace that serves many industries or customer types, a vertical marketplace is one that serves a specific niche or industry (or "marketplace vertical").
A horizontal marketplace is one that serves many different types of customers across industries. The most popular horizontal marketplace for products is Amazon, appropriately termed “The Everything Store”.
A SaaS-enabled marketplace is a marketplace that can also be used as a software tool alone to help (usually the supply-side) manage business tasks like scheduling, payments, communications.
A multi-sided or multi-vendor marketplace is one with two or more types of users.
A managed marketplace is one that attempts to improve its customer experience by being more manually involved in the execution of transactions.
A peer-to-peer (P2P) or consumer-to-consumer (C2C) marketplace is one where any buyer can also be a seller.
A business-to-consumer (B2C) marketplace is one where businesses (small or large) transact with consumers.
How many types of e-marketplaces are there? What types of online marketplaces exist and which one is right for me? What do all these B2B, B2C, P2P acronyms mean?
A business-to-business (B2B) marketplace is one where businesses transact with other businesses (small or large).
A two sided marketplace is a network made up of two distinct types of users (supply and demand) that come together to sell and buy people’s time, space, or products.
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