Alongside templates, Templafy can also be used to provide end users with plenty of resources that can be accessed when creating documents. There are several types of resource libraries, as detailed below. In addition, if your company has access to third party collections of PowerPoint slides (such as Colourbox and Skyfish), this may appear as another type of resource library.
The text library is a collection of pre-prepared texts that can be used to write emails, build letters and create reports. Although primarily used for texts, tables and other items can also be inserted using the text library. Find out how to do this in our articles for Word and Outlook.
The slide library is a collection of slides, approved by your company, that can be used to create presentations. You can build presentations from these slides prior to downloading your PowerPoint template. To find out more, read this article.
Alternatively, slides can be inserted directly into pre-existing presentations by following the steps detailed in this article. After insertion, slides can be edited as normal.
The element library works in much the same way as the text and image libraries. It consists of a collection of shapes, styled in accordance with company guidelines, that can be inserted into pre-existing PowerPoint slides.
The link library contains links to websites your company believes you may find useful. Examples may include links to company web pages and policies. Note that this library is only accessible through the Web App.
The PDF Library is a collection of documents your company believes you may find useful. Examples may include company procedure and policy documentation. Note that this library is only accessible through the Web App. Find out how to use the PDF library here.