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Clone your HubSpot content

Last updated: May 10, 2021

Applies to:

All products and plans

You can clone a HubSpot blog post, email, or page to use an existing piece of content as a starting point for a new piece of content. In the design manager, you can clone a template, theme, or module to make changes without affecting pages using the original file. 

Clone a blog post or page

Changes made to a cloned page will not affect the original page. If you change the cloned page's template, however, those changes will affect all pages using that template. 

Please note: knowledge base articles can't be cloned. 

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  • In the content editor, edit your cloned page. 

Clone an email

Please note: HubSpot blog subscription emails can't be cloned.

  • In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Email.
  • Hover over your email and click Clone.  
  • In the dialog box, select whether your new email will be Regular or Automated. 

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  • If the email was created with a drag and drop template and contains smart content, select Remove smart content or Keep smart content in the dialog box. 
  • In the email editor, modify your cloned email. By default, your cloned email will have the same settings, options, and recipients lists as the original email.

Clone a template, theme, or module

  • In your HubSpot account, navigate to Marketing > Files and Templates > Design Tools.
  • In the finder, click the name of a template, theme, or module. 
  • Click the File dropdown menu and select Clone "[file name]". A clone of the file will be created with the name [File name] copy, and the cloned file will open automatically in the layout editor.
  • To create an HTML copy of a drag and drop template, click the Actions dropdown menu and select Clone to HTML. The cloned template will contain raw HTML, rather than drag and drop modules.