I'm sharing this video for three reasons:
- It's a good primer on a key feature of Webflow for anyone wanting to learn.
- It does a good job of teaching a key piece of product development - developers refer to this practice as creating DRY code (don't repeat yourself)
- Webflow has been getting a ton of love for their video tutorials. It's a good example of how going above and beyond on the "boring" stuff can help your product stand out.