Creating a Template

As well as being able to use our pre-built Learning Accelerator Templates to create Projects, you can also build your own Templates. Once your Template has been created, you'll be able to use it as a blueprint for future courses. The layout, structure and page settings that you've set in your Template will be applied to any new courses that are created from that Template.

For more information about Templates, see Feature Focus: Templates.

To find out more about how to create a Project from one of your Templates, see Creating a Project from a custom built Template.

Note: Creating a Template is currently a beta feature. As a result, you may not have access to this yet. If you're interested in finding out more, speak to your Account Manager.

 

Building a Template from scratch

1. To build a Template, go to your Project Library

2. Select Create Template:

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3. Select Create a new blank template:

4.png3. Choose a Style for your template

4. Choose a name for your Template and a description that can help you identify what it should be used for:

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5. Choose a folder from the dropdown menu. This is where your Template will be stored:

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6. Select Get Started to finish creating your Template. 

 

Building a Template from another Project

1. Go to your Project Library and select Create from another project:

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2. Search for the Project you'd like to use for your template.

3. You can choose to use the Style that Project currently uses or change it to another Style in your Style Library.

4. Choose a name for your Template and a description that can help you identify what it should be used for:

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5. Choose a folder from the dropdown menu. This is where your Template will be stored:

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6. Select Get Started to finish creating your Template. 

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