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Create a contract template

Learn how to create your first contract template in your team settings

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How to Create Your First Contract Template in Stagent

Creating a contract template can save you time and effort when it comes to drafting contracts for your business. Instead of starting from scratch every time, you can simply use your template and make any necessary changes. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the steps of creating your first contract template in Stagent.

Step 1: Go to your Templates Page

Once logged in on your Stagent account, navigate to your team settings from the left menu. On the settings page, go to your 'Templates' menu, where you will be able to view, edit and delete all of your contract templates.

Stagent currently supports English and Dutch as languages for your contracts. Meaning you can create templates in both languages and save these accordingly.

Step 2: Create a New Template

To create a new template, click on the "New Contract Template" button on the top right corner of the page. This will open a new template form.

Step 3: Name Your Template

Give your template a name that will help you easily identify it. This could be something like "Standard Contract Template" or "Client Agreement Template".

Step 4: Add Content to Your Template

Now it's time to add the content to your template. Easily include an introduction, signature prompt and add as many articles with as many paragraphs as you like. Once you're set up, make sure to select the correct language before pressing ''Create'' to finalize your contract template.


Congratulations! You have successfully set up your first contract template in Stagent. You can now easily create and manage all of your contract templates in one place, saving you time and streamlining your business processes.

If you have any further questions or need assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to our support team. We are always happy to help!

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