Recreate a Print Brand Template for a specific market

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If you have a Publishing on Demand (POD) template that you want to adjust to a specific market, you can select the template and recreate it to meet the needs of this market. For example, if you want to roll out your English template to the French market you might need to change the language and the collections for the images to fit the new market.

To do it you can either edit a template and save it as a new version, or you can create a preset based on a template.


In POD you can also have an option of automatically displaying templates in various languages. A drop-down displays when a user edits the template, and they can select a language for the template. If you want to know more about this option, contact your Customer Success Manager.

Try it

  1. Go to Settings > Brand templates > Template Management.

  2. Click List of presets and templates.

  3. Click on the template you want to recreate.

  4. Click Create a Preset.

  5. (Optional) For images that you want to change for the preset, clear the Inherit template values for this image. In this way, you can select a different collection for your preset than the one defined in the template. Alternatively, you can select a specific image from the Asset library and click lock-icon-old.png to lock this section of the preset to prevent any user changes.

  6. Click Save.

  7. Click Fill preset.

  8. Edit the new preset as necessary.


    When you edit multi-page templates, make sure you save your changes. When you refresh or navigate away from the page, you will lose your unsaved changes.

  9. (Optional) Click Download preview to download the new preset and verify the changes.

  10. Click Save & continue.


The new preset is now added to the overview and available for users. To find the new preset go to Settings > Brand templates > Template Management> List of presets and templates. Click on the original template and expand the Template and related presets drop-down to find all the presets linked to this template.

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