Did you know that you can create a master template project that can be reused over and over without having to recreate it from scratch?
Create a templated project whose folder structure can be reused:
- Go into projects and create a project called “Workflow Template” or similar
- Build out that project with the desired folder structure (folders, subfolders, etc)
- Load the project with items that will be reused throughout all projects
- Now (when its time), create a new project (in name/description only)
- Return to the “Workflow Template” project or similar at the root folder level
- Select all folders and files via the checkboxes
- Go to the Copy menu
- Select the new Project
- Leave the default for select folder
- Hit Copy
Why would someone want to create a template project (folder structure)?
- Copying over a project saves time versus rebuilding a formulated folder structure
- It takes less clicks to copy, than it does to build folder, subfolder, sub-sub folder, etc.
- Every project will be uniform and use the same naming conventions
What type of folder structure would a client want to create over and over again?
- See graphic below for an example of a templated Wiredrive Project folder structure