What is a Theme?

We know templates are a huge time-saver — standardizing repeatable documents, eliminating tedious, manual adjustments. But we also know you want to match the style of your templates to your different customer types, stakeholders and company brand. You can now easily apply different styles, “Themes” to your templates and contracts to fit your company’s needs.

In the Outlaw Theme library, two themes are available:

  • Outlaw — this is the default theme and it has been designed to optimize your on-screen view.

  • Traditional — for more readability on paper, the Traditional theme was stylized for viewing on printouts. (Times New Roman, 12 point)

While the Themes have been optimized for different views, they can both work for every scenario. You can easily toggle between the two themes as you see fit — so test out the themes and see which one you prefer for your workflow!

We’ll be releasing more style options in the near future. Until then, reach out to your Account Manager for any custom theme requests.

Applying a Theme to a Template

To apply a theme to a template, first go to the template editor and follow the usual process of creating a new template or editing an existing template. If using an existing template, the template can be at any stage (Draft, Active).

Next go to your side panel and navigate to the Page tab. In the Theme library, you can select and toggle between the two themes.

Applying a Theme to a Contract

If there’s a specific document you want to apply a theme towards, you can format at the contract level. This will not change the template the contract is associated with and will only alter the style for this instance.

In the top right navigation bar, select the three dots and go to Settings.

Navigate to the Page section. In the Theme library, you can select and toggle between the two themes.

Note: You will only get access to Settings if you are an owner of the contract. Check the different roles and users permissions here.

contract management: adding styles

For custom themes, reach out to your Account Manager.

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