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Template Hub administrators guide


You are required to have a minimum of two views.
One view which is marked as the default view. This is ommitted in the Template Selector for the end user, as it is reserved for the template authors (the workflow views are omitted as well, if you enable approval of files).

The Template Selector itself requires a minimum of one view as well. This can contain any columns you like from your list, but you must include the Title column in your view.
For giving users a quick option of filtering templates, it is advised that you add some more views.

good examples can be i.e. business areas in your company or template types. As a demo I will use my Document Types column for filtering further below.
When defining a new view, you can use the following options to control the end user experience:
  • Select any columns to display
  • Select sort order
  • Add any filtering required

The Template browser wil honor your filtering settings and display only the templates that match your selected criterias.

Note: Because of the way view queries work, you will also need to increase the Item Limit in your view if you want to display more than 30 templates in your Template Hub Library, as this limits the amount of data the View queries can return (30 is the default value).

Below I have added the suggested Documents, Presentations,and Spreadsheets views to the Template Hub Library:

For the end user, the views will show up in the view selector, and when selected, it will filter the template list accordingly:

Last edited Aug 19, 2013 at 8:06 AM by KjetilG, version 5


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