Base your pages on page templates and insert information into the stored structures. This way, your digital workplace remains clear and consistent.
Creating a page template
Creating a page template on Stackfield works similarly to creating a page. Within the pages module, click the blue plus button and select the option "Blank Page". Alternatively, you can create a template from an existing page. Open the corresponding page in that case.
Once you have filled the page with the desired content (see: Creating a page), click on the More button (symbol: three dots) in the upper right corner of the opened page and select the option "Save as template".
Saving a page as a template
Now, you can add a description, which should clarify the purpose of the template. Click on "Save Template" to create the page template.
Add a description
Administration and editing of page templates
To access an overview of all page templates, click on the blue plus button within the pages module and select the option "Use a template".
Now, all page templates including their description are displayed. With a click on the pencil icon (visible by mouseover) the corresponding page template opens and can be edited afterward.
Page Templates Overview
A note below the title of the page points out that the page is a template ("This page is a template")*. Via the More button (symbol: three dots) in the upper right corner, the description of the page template can be changed, the template can be deleted or printed. If changes are to be applied to the template, they must be saved.
Editing a page template
*Note: If there is no blue hint below the title, the template was not opened, but a new page was created from the template.
Using a page template
To create a page from a template, click the blue plus button within the pages module and select the option "Use a template".
Now, all page templates including their description are displayed. Finally, just click on the template you want to use and fill it out according to your wishes.
Click on the desired template