You can easily replicate content combinations you use frequently — essentially creating your own template.

For example, let's say you want to fill out the same form every day asking you what you're grateful for without re-creating it constantly. Or you want to generate the same to-do list at the start of every day. Our template button is perfect for that! 🖋

What is the template button?

When you add a template button to a page, it prompts you fill out a very short configuration form with the content you want to replicate. It then generates a button (with a name you give it) that triggers the creation of that content whenever you press it.

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Examples

To-do List

Let's say you want to add a new checkbox to a list with one click. You can create a Template Button and define it to create a single checkbox when pressed.

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Tip: If you put your Template Button at the top of a list of items, your templated content will appear below the button. Conversely, placing your Template Button at the bottom of a list of items tells the button to generate content above it.

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