Users must be logged-in to in an account with frevvo.Designer permission to use templates.
You can make any of your existing forms into a template that you and other designers in your tenant can then use as a starting point when creating a different form. The forms you publish will be available to all users in your tenant with the frevvo.Designer permission.
From the Forms home page, click the Publish icon next to the name of the form you want to publish as a template.
The Publish Template wizard contains the following fields:
Click Submit to publish your template or click Reset to clear the three fields and start over. If you change your mind and don’t want to publish your template, click the X to close the form. After you publish a template, you and all other logged-in users can use it.
To use a template when creating a new form, click the Templates tab on the Forms Home Page. Choose Forms by Category or Forms by Tag which display along with Controls by Category and Controls by Tag.
You’ll see the categories or tags you created when you published your templates. Some tags are in larger font; this means you’ve used these tags for more than one template. Click any category or tag to display a list of matching templates.
After the list of matching templates is displayed, you can:
If you choose to add the template, you’ll be walked through a wizard that allows you to make minor modifications before your new form is launched. If you like your template exactly as it is, skip the wizard by clicking Finish. This is the same wizard you see when you create a new form without using a template.
A control template is a control or a group of controls that a user published in the Form Designer so that it can be reused in other forms and by other designers within the same tenant. You typically want to publish control templates after you spent hours working on a complex form with sophisticated layouts, field patterns, business rules, etc., and want to avoid redoing the work in a different form(s). You also may want to use control templates when you need to split the work among a number of form designers, where each designer is responsible for creating a subsection of a complex form and another designer is responsible for assembling these control templates into a final form or flow.
For more information about control templates, see the Control Templates topic.