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Using Templates

You can open templates template as a new document with pre-populated layers. The Mac app comes with several useful sample templates, including the iOS App Icon and Material Design templates.

You’ll see a grid view of templates in the Workspace window. You can bring this up at any time by choosing Window > Documents. You can also get a list of templates by choosing File > New From Template….

A screenshot showing the templates browser in the workspace window in Sketch

Creating Templates

To save a document you’ve created as a template, choose File > Save as Template….

You can also manually save and organize Templates into folders, as well as give them custom preview images in the Finder. You’ll find them in: ~/Library/Application Support/com.bohemiancoding.sketch3/Templates.

How to Create Custom Template Previews

To give your templates a custom preview, add a PNG image with the same filename as your template to its location in the Finder. For pixel-perfect previews, images should be 188 × 188 px for Retina displays, or 94 × 94 px otherwise.

Last updated on 08 Feb 2022

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