Uploading assets to Templafy libraries is very simple, however the following guidelines ensure that they are uploaded in the optimum format for the intended use.
Images in Templafy are for in-Office use, so the size and resolution should reflect this.
The supported file types for images are .jpg, .jpeg, .gif and .png
The recommended file settings are .jpg file type, RGB color type, 150dpi resolution, and a file size of no more than 200kb.
If an image is to be used as a backgroundin a presentation, it is best to save it with dimensions that match the format of the presentation (e.g. 16:9 or 4:3).
For further details, please see Uploading Images to the Image Library
Slides are uploaded as a presentation, and each slide in the presentation is available as an individual slides to users.
All slides added to the slide library must be based on the slide layouts that are available in the presentations that they are intended to be used in.
Slides are inserted from Templafy using "destination formatting". It works in the same manner as copying a slide from one presentation and inserting it into another.
For further details, please see Uploading slides to the slide library
A text element is uploaded as a standard Word file (.doc). A "text element" can include text, graphs and images. Attention must be paid to formatting of texts, as direct formatting of text elements is unadvised, as using Styles works better.
For further details, please see Uploading texts elements to the text library
Destination formatting applies automatically when text elements are inserted into Word. This means that the text formatting of the document will automatically apply to the text element.
Text elements for Word can be used in Outlook as well, however Outlook does not automatically apply text formatting in the way which Word does.
For further details, please see Uploading texts for Outlook
Slide elements are graphics which are uploaded as part of a presentation. All the shapes on a slide are elements. Elements are available in different types, for example as a single graphic, or as one large graphic comprised of multiple small images.
PDFs can also be uploaded to the WebApp. These must be in PDF format, and are able to be tagged to aid search functions.
For further details, please see Uploading content to the PDFs Library