Whether it's onboarding docs for your newest employee or meeting notes for today's standup, you might find yourself creating the same posts over and over. Instead of having to spend time making copies of each post, you can use templates to replicate your posts with just one click!

Creating templates

To create a template, begin within an existing post — this can be a draft or a published post. Click the ... menu in the upper right-hand corner, and select Templatize.

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This will create a personal template. All templates are personal by default unless they are added to a topic — this will make them available team-wide. To do this, click Manage after creating the template or go to the Templates section of left-hand sidebar. You'll see a list of all your personal and team-wide templates here. Open the template you're looking for, click the ... menu, and select Change location to add a topic.

Using templates

To create a new draft using a template, click the drop-down arrow next to the Create post button, and select Templates. You can then choose from an existing personal or team-wide template.

Editing templates

You can access your templates by clicking Manage after creating a template, or by going to the Templates section of left-hand sidebar. You'll see a list of all your personal and team-wide templates here.

To edit, delete, or change the topic location of a template, click the template to open it and then click the ... menu.

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