Cloning your entire bot is a useful feature when your goal is to share content between Pages connected to one account. But imagine you want to share your bot with a client or a community of friendly bot builders. Here is how you can do that with Templates!
In this article we'll guide you through the whole installation process.
How to create a Template
Click the Templates icon in the left sidebar to enter the Section. You'll find a list of pre-defined Templates for different business niches. Your own Templates will appear under these Templates as soon as you create one.
In case you have no Templates, you'll be able to start creating them by hitting Create My First Template button or use +New Template button in the upper right corner of this Section. Cool, let's move to the first step — select the source Page your Template will be based on..
Great, now start selecting elements for your Template contents. Create a Template to share your whole bot, saparate marketing campaign (e.g. Growth Tool + Flow + Sequence), or share your fancy collection of 600 Keywords? Your template can be any of this or bigger.
Pro and Free Templates
If you add any Pro elements or exceed the free limit for other elements, then your template becomes PRO. It can be installed only on pages with Pro subscription. After you add some elements there, the system will automatically display the subscription type.
Adding an element to a template also adds all connected elements
For example, when you select a Flow which includes a “Go to Flow” Step with the other Flow attached, this Flow is automatically added to a Template. Such Flows are inactive, you can exclude them by deactivating or changing the parent element.
Elements with invalid content
Such elements are marked with red color. Usually, it means you need to republish them to make them valid. If your Flow was imported from another page, sometimes you need to upload media contents again.
Let's move on. Now name your Template...
...and save it. You will be redirected to success page with the Template installation link.
You can also Edit Template Preferences with can be also accessed from the Templates Section later. Here you can add custom description and insert installation guides links. In case you leave them empty, your users will see pre-defined instructions and guides. If you're going to share this Template with somebody, is a good call to provide detailed description of what this Template consists of.
How to edit a Template
Awesome. Now your Template is live and you can access it from the Templates Section. Select a Template and hit Edit Template button in the upper-right corner. This allows you to add more contents, enable/disable public access link, and delete your Template completely.
Confirm all the changes you've made to update your current Template.