I’ve been asked how to save a Clickfunnels Page Template a handful of times now. So I thought it was time to create a quick guide on the matter. Because once you know the process it’s very easy to do.

Saving your Clickfunnels (CF) Page template is going to save you heaps of time. Because as you learn to create great designs and high converting pages, you can just use those as templates.

How To Save A Clickfunnels Page Template Video Tutorial

If you prefer video I’ve recorded a quick video showing the process that you can see here. Or just watch it below.

Saving Clickfunnels Templates – Step By Step Instructions

The main reason why people can’t find the button to save their own page templates is this. You can only do it inside the “Classic Editor”… I’m not sure why they’ve made it this way, but I guess it’s one less thing to confuse people with. However, you’ll only need to go into the classic editor to save your Clickfunnels page template.

Step 1 – Click The Funnel Where Your Desired Clickfunnels Page Is

This is pretty straight forward. You’ll need to enter into the funnel where you have the specific page that you want to save a template of.

Saving Your Clickfunnels Page Step 1
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Step 2 – Make Sure You’re In The Correct Step Of The Funnel

Obviously if you want to save a specific page, you’ll need to be in the correct step. Otherwise, you’ll be saving a Clickfunnels Page Template that’s the wrong one.

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Step 3 – Click Edit In “Classic Editor” (IMPORTANT)

This is the most crucial step because you can not save Clickfunnels Page Templates in the normal editor. To do so you need to click the hyperlink that’s underneath the normal “Edit Page” button.

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Step 4 – Click “Settings” In The Top Right Corner

Then it’s pretty straight forward here. In the top right corner, you’ll find a button to enter the “Settings”.

Saving Your CF Page Step 4
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Step 5 – Click “Save Page As Template”

Finally, this is where you can save your Clickfunnels page as a template! You’ve reached the goal of your mission, almost. You got to give it a good and logical name as well of course.

Saving Your CF Template Step 5
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Step 6 – Name Your Clickfunnels Page Template Logically

Just be smart about it, give it a name that’ll be easy to know what it is. Your templates will be automatically save as the type of page it is. So it’ll show up in that type of page when you go to add a new page to a funnel. But you still want a name that describes it well.

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Step 7 – Where To Find All Your CF Page Templates

If you’d want to see all your templates in one place go here. You can see them listed there and you can also delete any if you need to.

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Step 8 – Add Your Own Template As A New Page (or “step”)

If you want to add your saved Clickfunnels Page Template to a fresh page or “step”, first add a new “step”.

Step 8 Save CF Page Template
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Step 9 – Name Your New Funnel Page (Step)

Chose a name that’s suitable for the type of Clickfunnels page it will be. Don’t make it hard for yourself…

Step 9 Save Clickfunnels Page
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Step 10 – Find Your Desired Saved Clickfunnels Page Template

Your templates will now be shown at the top of all the templates for that type of page. If you wish to see only your own templates simply click “Show Only My Templates”.

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Step 11 – Select Your Desired Clickfunnels Page Template

Simply click “Select Template” to add your saved Clickfunnels Page Template to your new “Step”.

Step 11 Select Your Clickfunnels Page Template
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Bonus Hack: Save $200 Per Month With This Trick

Because most of use Clickfunnels users have the $97 per month plan, we have account limits… Do you find that you often reach your 20 funnels or 100-page limit? Because I do, and how frustrating is it?!

Well, most of the time I’ve realized that I’m only ever using actively 2-3 maybe 4-5 funnels at a time. So what you can do instead, is to simply save the pages of the funnels you aren’t using.

That way you’ll always have them available even if you archive your funnel and they get deleted. Because when you archive a funnel, it’s queued for deletion by Clickfunnels.

So instead of upgrading out of frustration when really you only need the extra funnel limit. Just save all your pages and then archive the funnels!

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