JotterPad contains designer templates to help you create professional documents. It comes with many built-in templates for documents you are likely to create. These can be used to create all the common types of documents, such as novels, books, screenplays, letters, memos, reports, resumes, manuals, presentation slides and many others. To view the full list of templates, please refer to this page.

The supported file formats for templates are:
.md
.fountain
.tex (Coming soon)

Add a new template
Android
Navigate to a folder or directory that you would like to create.
Tap + > New from template.
Search by phrase or filter templates by category.
Select a template.

iOS
Navigate to a folder or directory that you would like to create.
Tap + > New from template.
Search by phrase or filter templates by category.
Select a template.

Mac
Create a document in the cloud:
Navigate to a folder or directory that you would like to create.
Click dropdown menu New Document > New from template.
Search by phrase or filter templates by category.
Select a template.

Create a document locally:
In the menu, click File > New > New from template.
Search by phrase or filter templates by category.
Select a template.

Web
Open the web editor.
Navigate to a folder or directory that you would like to create.
Select New Document > New from template.
Search by phrase or filter templates by category.
Select a template.


Print template
To print the template to PDF, please follow the steps below:

Android
In the preview, tap the print icon.

In the editor, tap > Print > Print with template. Alternatively, use Ctrl + p.

iOS
In the preview, tap the print icon.

In the editor, tap > Print > Print using template. Alternatively, use Cmd + p.

Mac
In the menu, click File > Print > Print using template. Alternatively, use Cmd + p.

Web
In the editor's toolbar, select Print > Print using template. Alternatively, use Ctrl/Cmd + p.

Print using template requires internet connection.


Customize template
You can amend some of the elements in the template such as document titles, subtitles, author name, date, page numbers and etc. To view the full documentation, please refer to the articles here:

Customize template in Markdown
Customize template in Latex (Coming soon)
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