Template Quotes

Make quote creation simple by using Template Quotes to create new quotations within Prospect!

Isobel Honour avatar
Written by Isobel Honour
Updated over a week ago

Sometimes you can find yourself creating a Quote containing the same Quote lines for multiple Contacts within the CRM. Instead of completing the entire Quote process from the beginning, you can use the 'Based On' functionality. 

Step 1: Create a Quote

Quotes can be created at any level of the CRM, by clicking the + icon on either a Company, Contact, Opportunity or Problem.

Step 2: Select the Relevant Information

After selecting the Quote option from the drop-down, the Quote Creation Window will open. Here you can add a description, change the operating company if required, choose the appropriate currency and finally choose a Quote to copy using the 'Based On' functionality. 

Step 3: Choose a Parent Quote

Once you're happy with your description you can choose to search for your Quote that you wish to copy. You will then be asked to choose a Parent Quote to use as the template quote; you can search for the desired Quote by clicking on the pencil icon. 

Step 4: Search for the Quote

This will then open a search where you can search by either the Quote's description or Quote ID. For a quick search, I would recommend searching by the Quote ID. Click 'Select' to choose the Quote you wish to copy.

Step 5: Select the Relevant Products

You will then be asked to choose the products you wish to copy from the Template Quote. Once happy with your selection, you can click confirm and finally click 'Create' to build the Quote. 

Step 6: (Optional) Convert a Quote into a Template

Alternatively, if there is a Quote that you will use often, you can convert this to a template. Once you are on a Quote, if you click on the three dots you have the option to convert a Quote to template.

You will then be asked where you would like this Quote to appear as a template within the CRM. 

The template Quote will now appear at the level you set the template at, in the 'Based On' drop-down. 

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