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The Benefits of Using edocr Templates
edocr templates allow you to create the page you are placing your
document in once, and then reuse it over and over. As you may guess, this
can be an incredible time saver, all the while having your presentation
Templates make everything simple by storing details about a previously
published document for use later. When publishing a new document with a
template, all you need to do is choose a document to upload and give it a
title. Everything else is pre-populated for you.
As an example, if you wish to create a template for cookbooks and recipes,
you can add a logo of a cookbook or some picture of food then add a
universal description such as: "Here are the recipes I learned when I
traveled to Europe." You can also add your contact information and links to
So edocr did one for recipes and cookbooks, and it looks like this:
Using Templates to create shares makes the process much easier. Create
a template for different types of shares if you wish as well, then name them
so you can use them over and over.
To create a template:
● Publish a document. Exactly the way you want it to be, with logo or
picture, description and links.
● Then, from your profile page, (here is edocr’s:
https://www.edocr.com/user/edocr), go to the
thumbnail of your awesome share and click in the
orange dropdown on the bottom left of the
● Then click 'Create Template' and give it a name.
● Finally, click 'Create'.
You can create as many templates as you wish for different types of
Now, to use your template(s).
If you have set a default template, that template will be used when you
publish a document.
If you are ready to share a document using a
template you have set up, and not the default
template, do not start with the Upload button.
Instead click on the 'gear' drop down on the top
right of the page. Then, select ‘Templates.’
Select 'Use This' on the Template you wish to
use. (Note that