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Hi Kevin,

Thanks for your feedback. In project templates you have two types of content, the documents and folder in Documents and the active contents.

The contents in the "documents" tab of the Template are copied to a project created from it and can therefore not be updated after the creation of the project.

however, the Template contains a feature called "knowledge base" which is meant to be used as a repository for information that needs to be updated. The Knowledge Base contents will be linked from each project created from the Template through a tool on the Project Overview called "Knowledge Base". This content resides in the Template and any changes will be reflected in the projects when you update the Template. Read more about Project templates in our help system:
https://help.projectplace.com/wiki/index.php/The_Knowledg...

Best regards,
Karolina

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Hi Kevin,

Thanks for your feedback. In project templates you have two types of content, the documents and folder in Documents and the active contents.

The contents in the "documents" tab of the Template are copied to a project created from it and can therefore not be updated after the creation of the project.

however, the Template contains a feature called "knowledge base" which is meant to be used as a repository for information that needs to be updated. The Knowledge Base contents will be linked from each project created from the Template through a tool on the Project Overview called "Knowledge Base". This content resides in the Template and any changes will be reflected in the projects when you update the Template. Read more about Project templates in our help system:
https://help.projectplace.com/wiki/index.php/The_Knowledg...

Best regards,
Karolina

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