This is one of the more difficult questions to answer, but I will try my best to explain it in terms of what is going on with the process for a corporate client that I work with.
When you ask your client what the “difference” is that you need versus what they are doing, that is often the difference. There are many differences that you can use to create a difference and the process for doing so is to create a new template document.
The process for a corporate client is very similar to what we do in Google Ads. We create a new document that has the same look and feel. The only addition is that the document has to be created in the document management system of the client’s company. The file name is one that the client can use to send in the document to the account manager if they want to create a new document for the client.
The difference between a custom document and a generic document is that the document must be a custom document (which means it must have a unique name and be created by the customer) and that the document must be created by the company’s account manager.
The difference template is the main point of the project. If your client wants to send in a document with a custom name, the client can go to the user’s profile page and edit a custom document template. But if your client wants to send in a document without a custom name, then the user can go to the user’s profile page and update a custom document template.
The difference template is the main point of the project. If your client wants to send in a document with a custom name, the client can go to the users profile page and edit a custom document template. But if your client wants to send in a document without a custom name, then the user can go to the users profile page and update a custom document template.
Although it’s very difficult for users to modify the template from outside the portal, it’s easy for the developers to override the template if their needs are different. In this case if the template was to be used for a “special document” the user would have to manually make a change, but if the document was to be used for anything else by the user the change would be automated.
In the future, the corporate portals would allow users to customize the templates so that users can modify the content of the documents in their own way. Once a user does this, this document would have a custom name to distinguish it from the other documents in the portal. This way users won’t have to worry about making changes to the template, and they can customize it however they’re liking.
So what exactly is a change? In this case it’s a document. In the future this document would have a name that identifies it. In this case it would be a document named “corporate”.
With templates like this, you don’t have to worry about having your documents named exactly the same. As long as you can identify a document by its name, the changes you make to it do not affect the documents in other portals.