Using design from templates
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Written by Jan Moravec
Updated over a week ago

The easiest way to create a signature is using one of our predefined templates. You can modify it to fit your expectations but using the already created structure will give you a head start. The predefined templates also include some elements that might be hard to prepare, especially if you're not planning to dive into the code.

In order to load a predefined template

2) Click on the Load design button.

3) Pick the template that fits your expectations the most.

As you can see, the content of the template is already connected to the choices you have defined in the Styles.

4) When you have your template chosen, click on the button Load design in the right bottom corner. The template will appear in your editor.

5) Use of placeholder elements

As you can see in the screenshot above and in the attached articles, signatures use Placeholder elements. They consist of Placeholders and Styles.

Placeholders are basically shortcuts that pull into the signature content from User data and Company profiles. So you can prepare just one template for the whole company and it will be populated accordingly to data assigned to the user.

6) Adjust the Styles

The default Styles are available in Settings but you can adjust them specifically for every template you decide to create.

The predefined templates already come with Styles connected to the elements.

7) Stylize the signature

You can change the way Styles are now connected or disconnect them altogether.

A) Choose the element you wish to edit

B) Click on Stylize in the editor

C) Change the connections according to your plans

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