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Using scripts

Headlime offers a variety of features to make using the scripts as easy and efficient as possible. Let's go over all of them one by one.

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Filtering by origin

Scripts in Headlime can have three different origins:

Headlime's own preexisting scripts
Added by you, the user
Added by someone from your team

You can filter your view to specifically show scripts made by you or your team. You can do this using the dropdown button that says 'All scripts'.

Simply select what you want to see. 'All scripts' will show all scripts that are available. 'Personal' will show you all scripts that you've added yourself. 'Team' will show you all scripts added by your team members.

Searching for specific scripts

With hundreds of scripts available, looking for the one you need can be overwhelming. That's why we've included a search feature. You can find this search bar near the top of the screen.

With this search bar, you can search both for words in templates and for specific tags.

About tags

Every script in Headlime has one or multiple tags. You can see these as grey text in grey ovals. For example, the headline below has three tags: Ads, Email, and Landing Page.

You can search for both tags and specific words in scripts. Simply enter your search term in the searchbox, and Headlime will only show scripts that match your search query. Want to see all scripts again? Simply remove the text from the search box.

Copying scripts

Naturally, all scripts you make can be copied, so you can then paste them somewhere else. You can do this in multiple ways.

The obvious way is to simply select it and copy it like you'd copy any other text. Of course, that will work perfectly fine.

However, you can also copy a script with the Copy button. Hover your mouse cursor over the script you want to copy. A couple of buttons will appear. Simply click the Copy button. The script will be copied to your clipboard.

Copying multiple scripts at once

Want to copy multiple scripts at once? You're in luck, because you can! To copy multiple scripts at once, you first select the ones that you want to copy. You do this by hovering over a script you want to copy and clicking the Select button that appears.

A thin green border will appear around the script. This means it's selected. Now, select all the other scripts you want to copy.

You will see multiple buttons near the top of the screen. One of these says Copy. Click that one.

Note: make sure you click the 'Copy' button, and not the 'Copy IDs' button. That button will copy the ID numbers of the scripts, not the templates themselves.

And done! Your selected scripts are now copied to your clipboard. Now you can easily copy them to a document, email or text message for example.

Exporting templates

There may be times when you want to export some scripts to a file so you can work with them outside of Headlime. That's why we've added a way to export templates to a .txt file.

First, select the script or scripts you want to export by hovering over them and clicking the Select button. When all the scripts you want to export are selected, click the Export button at the top of the screen.

You will be prompted with a button that says Export to .TXT. Click this button and a .txt file with your exported scripts will be downloaded.

Hiding scripts

Is there a script you simply don't like? If you don't want it to appear among your results anymore, you can hide it. Simply hover over the script with your cursor and click the Hide button that appears.

The script will now be removed from your view.

Pinning scripts

With hundreds of scripts in many categories, it can be difficult to keep track of the ones you really like. That's where pinning can be helpful.

If you pin a script, it will appear first in the list at the top of the screen. This way, all you have to do to find back your favourite script is simply scroll back to the top.

To pin a script, hover your cursor over it and click the Hide button.

Your script will now be pinned at the top of the list. You can identify a pinned script by the slightly yellow background and the pin icon in the top right corner.

Updated on: 12/02/2021

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