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    Lisa

    Hi David, happy to see you on the Community ๐Ÿ™‚ Currently there's no such option, but I can move this thread to the Product Feedback section if you'd like - other Community members will be able to +1 it and add their uses-cases. Please let me know what you think ๐Ÿ™Œ

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    Diane Frazier

    I'd like to see this functionality as well. My agency is regularly tries to improve upon existing process templates and being able to mass import our existing processes into blueprints and then edit them would be helpful.ย 

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    Stephen

    Hi all, just thinking - if you import the items as normal, via Excel import you can right click on the Project and 'save as a Blueprint'.

    Let me know if this is helpful?

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    Danna Mae Dela Cruz Ramos

    +1 on this. I would like to see this as well - so we can practically create all blue prints from our templates, then do mass upload of all changes instead of doing it one by one for each blue print.ย 

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    Laura Baldwin-Stout

    Yes! import from Excel into Blueprints, please!ย 

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    Lisa

    Quick update: I've moved this thread to our Product Feedback section, now other Community members can upvote the suggestion. Also, I wanted to point out that you can import via Excel and then save as Blueprint ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Laura Baldwin-Stout

    Here's a workaround that may work for some of your needs: you can bring your import into your "personal" folder, then import from there into blueprints. This works better than importing into your live pace and then to blue prints because if you bring an import into your live spaces, and then move it to blueprints, all the people with assigned tasks get notifications re the live tasks, even if you quickly delete it after moving it to blueprint. In personal, they don't get notification, so it can be a staging area. Still would save a step if you could import directly into blueprint . blueprint, Blueprint has an inactive import/export option - not sure why Wrike can't turnthose to active.ย ย 

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