Here you can find inspiration for your document template. These are functional templates which means that each template focuses on specific information, such as adding units to your table.
In the first column you can read the details of each variation to know which one fits your needs. Next to it, you can click on the preview to display the generated PDF. And last but not least, click on the button to download the template which you can upload in your own Teamleader Focus account.
Remember that you can still make changes to all the variations and that this is just a guideline to help you create your perfect template.
Variation 1A: basic
This is the standard Teamleader Focus template with an introduction text, a clear table for your articles and the standard signature area.
Variation 1B: basic template without “both parties agree”
This is the standard Teamleader Focus template with an introduction text, a clear table for your articles, but with a different signature area.
Variation 2: hidden quotation text
This is the basic Teamleader Focus template, but without an introduction text. You can use the quotation text in Teamleader Focus as internal communication. To hide the introduction text you also need to change the color for .quotation_text p in the CSS.
Variation 3: header number + date
This template shows the quotation number and date in the header so that it can be shown on every page.
Variation 4: without VAT (only excl VAT)
As a B2B company, you have the option in this template to show all prices without VAT.
Variation 5: subtitles
If you work with groups of products, you can structure your prices in this template variation by showing the total amount of each group.
Variation 6: units in a separate column
This variation has a different column for units.
Variation 7: position number
Give each article a position number automatically, to make it easier for clients asking information about a certain article by referring to the numbers and keeping an overview!
Variation 8: contract
By default, Teamleader Focus doesn't have a contract module. However, some of our clients use this option to prepare a contract that clients can sign. Here you can find the template to get you started.
Variation 9: add quotation name
By adding the shortcode $QUOTATION_NAME$ to your template you can also, next to the deal name or number, add your quotation name to your document.
Note: Did you already create quotations and invoices before changing your template and do you want to save your old documents with the new template? Follow these steps:
- Click on the deal
- Click on the 3 points next to the quotation
- Click on Edit
- Click Save
- The quotation will be updated with your new template
- Click on the Invoice
- Click on the 3 dots next to Info
- Click on Change customer
- Click on Save
- Click on the pencil next to Contents
- Click Save
- The invoice will be updated with your new template