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Creating themes or templates in Data Studio

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I'm creating reports in Data Studio using our company colours, which at the moment means that I'm copying & pasting the RGB values into the custom colour section each time. 

 

Is it possible to create a customised theme or template with our colour palette?

 

Thank you!

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Creating themes or templates in Data Studio

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At our studio, once we've created one document that has assets we'd like to flow into other reports, we currently go to Edit > File > Make a copy... and use that original file as the base for the next.

Not exactly the same as being able to save your own template, but it works for now.

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Hello Charlotte, 

 

If you go to a report and click on edit, you should be able to see the layout and theme settings. Under the theme tab you will be able to customize you primary and secondary colors, as well as your chart palette. 

 

As for customizing the color palette grid, I have not found a way to do that yet.

Creating themes or templates in Data Studio

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I agree, this is a pain.  I would love on the Layouts and Themes tab to do more than just set colors.  I would like to have a place for a title and a standard layout.  You know...an actual theme.

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Thanks, Joseph!

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