You can save pages, overlays, and blocks as templates so you can reuse them in your Foleon Docs. In this article, we go over the template settings in the template manager.
💡 Every account has a maximum amount of templates. If you're interested to save more content as a template, please reach out to our Customer Success Management team.
In the dashboard, go to Templates. In your template overview, click on any template to open up the template settings window on the right-hand side of your screen.
💡 Click on the three dots of a template to open up the quick actions menu, allowing you to quickly preview, edit, duplicate and delete the template.
With the preview option, you can open up a preview version of what your template will look like.
If you want to edit the template itself, click on edit in the template settings. You'll be taken to the template editor — a separate environment from the normal editor — where you can edit the template. Click done to save the edited template.
To duplicate a template, click on duplicate (this might take a few seconds, depending on the size of your content). Keep in mind that you might have to refresh the dashboard to see the duplicate.
Click on delete to remove your template from the template manager.
⚠️ Once you’ve deleted a template, it will no longer be available in the editor. For that reason, be careful when deleting a template.
You can assign one or more categories to your template, which will help you organize your templates. In the example below, we assigned the "Responsive background" template to the "Covers" category. It helps to quickly choose from a selection of cover blocks for your Foleon Doc.
After you've assigned a category to a template, it will show up in the All templates overview as a filter. In the example below, we created a "Footers" block template.
💡 When you are using the same category for the different template types, renaming or deleting that category will change it for all template types.
Here you can change the status of your template.
Public — Your template is available to all users in your workspace. This means they'll be able to use it in their Foleon Docs.
Draft — Your template will be saved in the dashboard only. This means it won't be available for use in the editor.