Within Headlime, content you generate is part of a project. A project essentially lets you save your work so you can get back to it later.



Everything you create with Headlime, like variables you add and content you generate, is done under a project. This work will automatically be saved to said project, meaning that if you close Headlime and open it later everything you did will be there exactly the way you left it.

Projects allow you to easily group together, find back and use the different content you use for a specific project. For example, are you working on ads for your new app? Create a project called 'New app' and everything you work on will be saved to that project. Are you working on advertising two different products? Create a project for each and keep your Headlime content for each of them neatly organised.

Start right where you left off

A project can be created within Headlime on the Projects screen. Once you have created a project, you can either select a project to work on from the Projects screen or select one after selecting the type of content you want to make from the Library screen. No worries about saving your work after this: everything you do is saved automatically.
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