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How can I create and use my templates
How can I create and use my templates

What is a template? Where can I create a template? How can I use my templates? Why should I work with templates?

Meltem Akarsu avatar
Written by Meltem Akarsu
Updated over a week ago

In this article you will learn:

1. What is a template?

  • Templates allow you to adopt a project structure for multiple projects, saving you time when creating new projects.

  • Templates allow you create consistency between your projects and processes

  • By using templates, you will better avoid mistakes in project and process planning

2. Where and how can I create a template?

  • Create one or more projects with a recurring structure

  • Open the three-dot menu in the project header and select Save as template

  • Give the template a title, select the organisation, add a description of the template and select what information you want included in the project

  • Click Create Template

  • You will be informed about the generation and successful creation of the template and can access it by clicking on Open template

  • Templates are marked as such in the project header

3. Where and how can I use a template?

  • Click on the Plus icon to create a new project

  • Select My templates

  • When you hover over a template in the list, the description is displayed

  • Select a template and click Next

  • Next, give the project a title and determine which information of the template should included

  • Click on Create project and start your project

4. Where and how to find and edit templates

  • Type a #Template into Global Search for projects or in Portfolio view

  • Select Template

  • Open the template you want to edit

  • Editing your template isn't different to editing your project

5. What happens next?

  • Now you can fill the project with further details (e.g. due dates) and make your project work a success

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