Template Naming

Modified on Mon, 29 May 2023 at 02:46 PM

Each template requires a name so it can be identified later when creating tickets. A good idea is to name it in relation to what size it is and what features it includes.

 

How you name the templates will help users of the system quickly identify by name which template that should be used.

 

For example, is it a Sale template that will display the RRP and Savings value? Or is it displaying a deal for customers if they purchase 2 or more of a product?

 

 

Things to consider when naming are ticket sizes, tickets per page, orientation, promo type the template/ticket is designed for, and features of the template/ticket.

Examples: 

[9pp] Portrait - This signifies a 9 Per Page in a portrait orientation

 

[A4] Sale  

 

When creating a template enter a name and click Create Template.

 

You can change the name of a template via the template properties > Template Name section that will display on the right-hand side of the screen when no objects are selected.

 

When you make a change to the template name, you will need to click on the Save button for this name change to take effect.

 


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