Templates Cloud Library
📝 Note: The Templates Cloud is a premium plugin, which you can get from here.
The Templates Cloud is a personalized library associated with your license key. Pages or posts created with Gutenberg, Elementor, or Beaver Builder can be saved to this library for later use. To find them on another website, make sure you use the same license key.
| Download and Install
| Saving Template to Cloud
| Importing a Template from Cloud
| Managing Templates
|Using the Elementor Page Builder
|🎥 Video - Templates Cloud Walkthrough
|🎥 Video - Exploring Starter Sites & Templates Cloud in Neve
📩 Download and Install
- Navigate to Plugins > Add New.
- Search for the Cloud Templates plugin.
- Once it appears, click to install and activate the plugin.
- Go to Appearance > My Library and choose one of the options to upgrade or to insert a key.
📝 Note: The Neve Pro license can be used to activate Cloud Templates and Patterns Collection.
📦 Saving a template to the cloud
| Saving the whole page
| Saving a block/section
Saving the whole page
A page or post can be saved to the cloud when accessed with the WordPress default editor ( Gutenberg ) by clicking on the Cloud Templates logo at the top of the right sidebar and clicking on the Save to Templates Cloud button.
For automatically saving further changes applied to this page in the cloud, enable the automatic sync.
Saving a block/section
It is also possible to save just a block to the library by selecting it, clicking on the three dots, and choosing Save to Templates Cloud.
📥 Importing a template from the cloud
From My Library
Templates can be imported from the library by accessing the page in Dashboard > Appearance > My Library.
By clicking the import button at the end of the row, a new page will be automatically created with the template from your library. You can choose to view or edit the page directly from the portal.
Using the Templates Cloud block
Another way to import the templates saved here is by using the Templates Cloud block for the WordPress editor. To do this, click to add a new block and search for the Templates Cloud.
The modal from the below screenshot will appear. From there, choose the desired template from the My Library tab.
This way, the template will be imported directly into the current page instead of a newly created one.
🧰 Managing templates
The templates can be managed in Dashboard > Appearance > My Library. From here, it is possible to import them on a newly created page, change their names, and delete them.
Editing a template name can be done directly from the library. This option is available only for saved blocks. For pages, the edit button is not clickable within the library, as their title can be changed while editing the page.
📝 Note: According to the page builder you're using, you can switch the tabs between Gutenberg, Elementor, and Beaver.
You can also opt for a different layout when viewing the templates from List and Grid.
To make sure you are viewing all the saved templates, the sync button can be used.
📌 Accessing my templates on a new website
To access your saved templates on a different website, two steps are required.
- Access the My Library page in Dashboard > Appearance > My Library.
Make sure your license key is active on the new website.
Click the sync button to load the existing templates.
🧩 Using the Elementor page builder
The above scenario can be easily adjusted for the Elementor page builder, not only for Gutenberg.
📝 Note: Such Templates can be saved to the Templates Cloud library and later used in Elementor only if created with Elementor.
First, make sure you have installed and activated the Elementor plugin.
Create a new page and click on Edit with Elementor.
Build the desired page template using the available elements from the left sidebar.
When everything is done, click on the third button from the section.
This Templates Cloud modal will appear; click the saving icon from the right corner.
The title from this field is the same as the page's name. Click on the Save button to save the template.
📝 Note: You can enable the automatic syncing to the cloud to keep the template up to date.
You will notice the template created in the My Library tab. All you have to do is to navigate to the page where you want to use the template and click on the Insert button.
This can be found under Appearance > My Library and switch to the Elementor tab.