We’ve moved Saved Templates to your Clipboard to make it easier to access all your saved overlays in a single place.

You can save any text overlays that you use on your video in the same way you previously saved them as text templates.

Saved Templates

Previously, your Saved Templates appeared under the Text Menu.

Now, you can access your Saved Templates from your Clipboard under My Media

Here’s how to save text, images and overlays as templates

Typito 2.0 lets you save text and other motion graphics so that you can use them across projects. It's a feature that's quite popular among teams that use a certain family of branding elements on their videos to maintain consistency.

Step 1: Click on the 'Copy' icon in the Text action bar to save your text template.

Step 2: Click on ‘Add to Clipboard,’ and the saved template will be added to the ‘Clipboard’ section.

Step 3: Go to ‘My Media’ on the left panel, and under the ‘Clipboard’ section, your saved text will be visible.

You can save shape and icon overlays in the same way.

If you want to access any of your previously saved text overlays (or image, shape, and icon overlays) you can scroll horizontally to browse all overlays saved to your clipboard.

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