To apply a project template to a new project.
Procore makes it easy to set up new projects within your company by applying preferences, file structures, and more from a previous project to a new project upon its creation. Project templates are the best way to ensure that any new project is created in your Procore account using a default set of configurations.
Things to Consider
- Required User Permission:
- Complete the steps in Configure a Project Template.
- Additional Information:
- Templates can only be applied to new projects at the time the project is created.
- After a project is created, you cannot apply a new template or switch to a different template.
- If a project template is updated by your Procore Administrator, those updates only affect new projects. They do NOT affect existing projects.
For companies using the ERP Integrations tool: Show/Hide
If you will be importing a job for an integrated ERP system to add a new Procore project, you will need to select the project template to apply to your new Procore project. For details:
- Configure Settings: ERP Integrations for Integration by Ryvit
- Configure Settings: ERP Integrations for QuickBooks®
- Configure Settings: ERP Integrations for Sage 100 Contractor®
- Configure Settings: ERP Integrations for Sage 300 CRE®
- Configure Settings: ERP Integrations for Viewpoint® Spectrum®
- Configure Settings: ERP Integrations for Yardi Voyager®
- Configure Settings: ERP Integrations for Sage Intacct®
- Configure Settings: ERP Integrations for Acumatica Cloud ERP
- Configure Settings: ERP Integrations for MRI Platform X®
- Navigate to the company's Portfolio tool.
This reveals the Portfolio page.
- Click Add New Project.
- Choose the desired project template from the Select a Project Template drop-down list.
Note: To enable this feature, your Procore Administrator must first contact your Procore point of contact to request activate the project(s) you want to use as a template. See Configure a Project Template.
- Click Continue.
The system reveals the Create New Project page. To learn about your options when creating a project, see Add a New Project. To learn about the items that carry over from the project template to your new project, see Configure a Project Template.