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Option set Templates

This guide explains how to leverage templates to save time and effort when creating option sets within our app.

What are Templates?

Templates are pre-designed option sets that you can easily adapt for your specific needs. They provide a quick starting point, eliminating the need to build option sets from scratch.

Benefits of Using Templates:

Save Time: Templates offer a faster way to create option sets compared to building them manually.
Maintain Consistency: Use templates to ensure a consistent look and feel across your option sets.
Get Inspired: Explore pre-designed templates to spark ideas for your own unique option sets.

Using Ready-Made Templates:

Browse Templates: Within the app, go to the Templates page. Here, you'll find a collection of ready-made templates covering various use cases.

Select a Template: Choose the template that best suits your needs. Once you click on Use template button, it will open template as an draft option set.

Customize the Template: You can easily customize it to fit your specific requirements. Then select products to add and publish these options as usual.

Saving Option Sets as Templates:

Open an Existing Option Set: Navigate to an option set you've already created within the app.

Save as Template: On the top right corner, click on More -> Save as Template

Use Your Template: Now you can find your newly created template alongside the ready-made options when browsing templates in the future.


Consider creating a library of your own custom templates for frequently used option set structures.
Give your templates clear and descriptive names for easy identification.
Regularly review and update your templates to ensure they remain relevant to your needs.

Hopefully this article has helped you. Things change all the time, so if you run into issues please don't hesitate to share them with us at or use the in-app live chat. We're happy to lend a hand 🤩

Updated on: 24/05/2024

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