Add the ability to clone or delete a Module Group
Add the ability to clone or delete a Module Group from it's drop down (gear) menu. Currently, if you build out a complex group you can't easily duplicate it or delete it.
This idea was posted nearly 2 years ago
Any day now...
PLEASE. PLEASE. PLEASE.
This is absolutely a necessity. It would make the template designer so much easier to use for those that do not code in HubL. Keep us updated, please!
John Griffiths commented
Without it this makes creating lists of content incredibly time consuming as you have to go in, copy styling as source. create a new module, paste. repeat. horrible.
If we just had a clone or duplicate option we could clone large numbers of modules or cells and be able to get things done in half the time.
Dominic Huxley commented
PLEASE ADD THIS ABILITY. Some module groups take ages to tweak with specific padding, etc. and I need to copy this module multiple times within email templates and between email templates.
I can't believe this still isn't in there. Being the only COS Certified at my place of work, this would be so incredibly helpful. I hate when I have to go through, copy all the data, css classes, and any inline css, and replace it just to clone. It's even worse when it's a group.
This would be very helpful particularly in email templates!
Agree this should be a standard feature in any builder to clone - single or group modules would make building far more efficient.
Please add a clone module feature! It is so time-consuming to recreate modules one after another. It is also almost impossible to get consistent styling!
I would love this feature. Adding 10 repeating complex layouts manually is a terrible waste of time.
This would be great! I would also add.. being able to clone a single module.
Also, the ability to select what type of module you want when you click add row. Currently it just spits out the default then you have to click the Gear > Swap Module.
Chad Pierce commented
I agree. I believe this is a sorely needed feature to drastically speed up the development time.