You can duplicate your blocks or containers and then edit those copied blocks as needed. These copied blocks will retain all of the styles settings from the block they were copied from.
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It's common for email designs to contain several blocks that have the same base in terms of their settings: same styles, distribution and format.
When working on Modern Editor, you can duplicate containers at any time. This is really useful when containers have a repeating format throughout the design. A good example of this would be a container that holds an image block and text block, usually followed by a button. Duplicating a container will save time building your design and will further ensure styles are the same.
Hover over the block you want to duplicate, then right-click and select Duplicate.
The same can be applied for any block type that you choose. Doing things at a container level will duplicate all the blocks inside it.
Having looked at how to copy or duplicate the design for specific blocks, let's look at copying an entire template.
There's a couple of options you want to consider:
- One time event: You can duplicate an entire template and use this as a starting point for your new design. Doing so will conserve the original template's styles. Review our article on how to duplicate or copy an email design.
- Recurring: If you plan to use a particular design as your starting point, whether it be for the design itself or for the specific settings in the stylesheet, you can create a custom starter email. Review our article on how to create, use, edit/delete a custom starter email.