Once you're done with the onboarding survey after registering for an involve.me account, you'll be greeted by our templates page, where you can pick one to get started.

All of our templates are completely free to use and fully customizable, so you can pick any and as many as you want to try out.

If you figure that you don't want to start off with a template, then all you need to do is pick the option "Start from scratch" so you can start with a blank canvas. The options to pick a template or start from scratch will also be available in your dashboard.

Tip: You can also create a new project by duplicating a Draft, Completed or Archived project. To do this, go to your dashboard, find the project you want to duplicate, click on the dropdown on the right and select "Duplicate".

Creating a new project, either from scratch or from a template, will load the Editor and prompt you to both name your project and choose the project type that you want to use:

Make sure to read more about multiple outcome projects here: Multiple Outcomes

If at some point you figure that the project type you chose is not the right one, that's not a problem. You can change the project type at any time, as long as it hasn't been published.

This article here shows you how to change your project type: How to change project type


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