How to upload a template
Hi, I downloaded a template from your site but don't see how to upload it to my goalscape program online.
Please advise, thanks,
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Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 07 Jan, 2020 01:18 PM
Thanks for your inquiry.
As a Goalscape Free user you can run 1 project of your own (30 goals maximum). So you can only upload a template as a new project if you first Delete your existing personal project (Close it in the workspace then Delete it permanently in the User Projects List under the Home tab).
Or, if you want to use one of our templates as well as your existing project, you can purchase an Unlimited subscription ($6 per month or $66 per year). You can cancel your subscription any time (cancellation is effective at next renewal date).
Thanks for highlighting this issue that affects Free users: we will upload all those templates and make them Public projects, which means that you will be able to View them before deciding whether to use one of them as your personal project (after deleting your default project as described above).
If you post the name of the project you want to see here, I will post the link so you can check it out.
There is another way that you can see (and edit) all our templates: download the Goalscape Desktop standalone software (requires Adobe AIR): when the application starts, accept the EULA and click 'Try' on the Welcome screen.
You can use the Desktop trial with full functionality (create an unlimited number of projects of unlimited size) for 14 days, so you can download any templates you like as .gsp files and simply Open them in Desktop. If you decide you want to keep one you can use it instead of your existing Online project (as described above); or you can purchase an Online Unlimited subscription (or a Desktop license).
All the best
2 Posted by Robert Curtis on 10 Jan, 2020 10:44 PM
Thanks. I managed to upload the new template and I'll go from there to
test it out.
Richard Parslow closed this discussion on 15 Jan, 2022 05:19 PM.