How are Blueprints different from creating task/project/folder templates and duplicating them?

I am looking at the Blueprint functionality, and don't really see how it's any different from our current practice of creating a set of templates for projects/folders/tasks we frequently use, and then duplicating them (or having them generate on submission of a request).  Am I missing something?

help.wrike.com/hc/en-us/articles/360013445394-Blueprints#save-project

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Whitney, when you use the new Blueprint functionality, you gain the ability to assign tasks and then modify them as much as you like, while you build out your template - all of this without this notifying the assigned persons that anything is going on.  This allows project managers to develop templates in a kind of sandbox, and the users are not bothered with notifications about activity (which can be VERY annoying to your user base!)

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Brilliant!  Thank you!

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