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Save your Projects as Template

Often we encounter projects or parts of projects we have to to on a regular basis. Project Templates allow you to save your own projects (including sub projects) as templates and re-use them over and over again, or use the integrated templates.


How to save your Projects as Template


Using the "Save as Template" Dialog


To access the template dialog open the Project tab on the Library sidebar and open the "..." menu at the bottom. Select "Save as Template..." to display the dialog and save the currently displayed project as template.


ProjectLibrarySaveAsTemplate 


Enter a name for your template and confirm the input dialog. Your project template is saved in the default location.


ProjectSaveAsTemplateDialog


On macOS the saved template is automatically displayed in Finder. 


Creating a new Project using your own Templates


To access the template dialog open the Project Library sidebar and open the "..." menu at the bottom. Select "Add Project from Template..." to display the dialog.


ProjectLibraryOptionsMenu


This will show the template dialog. Selecte "User Defined" from the tab bar in the dialog to display your own templates:


ProjectTemplateDialogUserDefinedTab


Choose any template and select "Create" to create a new project (including sub-projects) from the selected template. The newly created project is now accessible from the "Project" tab in the project library.


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