Using templates in Subtask
Subtask's board templates provide an easy way to reuse any columns, cards, custom statuses, custom fields, tags, and other content so that you don't have to recreate them every time you start a new board.
Starting a board from a template
When you choose to create a new board, you'll find the option to start your board from a template.
This will open up the template panel where you will find a selection of public templates as well as any personal templates you created or other templates shared with you. To start a new board from one, hover your cursor over a template and click Use template.
Creating your own templates
First open the template panel. You can get to it by choosing Start new board from template on either the board listing page, or from inside another board's main menu.
You'll see a few example templates provided by Subtask and an option to create a new template of your own. (Note that you must have a Subtask subscription in order to create personal templates)
After choosing to create a new template, you'll find yourself in a new, blank board. Here you can add any columns, configure custom statuses, and add custom fields that you want to reuse. When you are done, you can return to the board listing page, or use the main menu to start a new board using your new template.
Convert a board into a template
If you've already created a board that you want to turn into a template, open the main menu, then select Customize Board > Save as template.
Next time you choose "Start board from template" You'll find your new template available there.
Editing an existing template
To edit a template, open the template panel by clicking on "Start board from template", then click on the 3 dot icon on the top right corner of the template's thumbnail > then View/edit template.
Note: if a template was shared with you, or if it is a public template, you may not be able to edit the original template. (You do have the option to copy it and start your own template from it)