How to Build Your Own Export Templates

KontentMachine is the first content generation software that allowed you to build your templates for exporting content. This feature is extremely useful in the case when the tool you are using has not been covered in the predefined templates, or you are using a custom made tool.

In this tutorial, you will learn how you can build your own template and what each of the tags mean.

Assuming you have set up your campaign, and you are on the Link Settings window.

1. Click on the Build & Export button.

2. In the Template Builder panel click on the Create New button.

3. There are two main types of tags that you can use

Standard. They include:

– Titles

– Summaries

– Article Bodies (with links)

– Article Bodies without links

– Bookmark Bodies

– Resource Boxes

– Tags

– Bookmark Tags

– Categories

– About Me Snippetstemplate builder

Whenever you click on them you will see a contextual menu asking you about the type of spintax you want to use:

Unspun. If you choose that, KM will use it to place unspun/clean text

Spun. These tags include content in the so-called flat spintax. Ex. {Hi|Hello|Howdy}

Nested. When you specify this tag, KM will use nested spintax. Ex. {{Hi|Hello}|Howdy}


Advanced. Those tags will insert content for more special occasions.

advanced tags


– Tags All with , (a list of tags separated by commas)

– Tags All to Spintax (a list of tags in spintax)

– Video ID spun (video ID’s in spintax)

– Paragraph (a paragraph in flat, nested, or no spintax at all)

– Image (one image, several images in spintax, or all scraped images in spintax)

– Video (one video, several videos in spintax, or all scraped videos in spintax)

– List of (titles, videos, images in case you want to export just that)


4. If you want to export all articles to a single file then just check the All Articles to One File checkbox. If you choose this option, you should select some separation between the articles. The type depends on the tool you are using.

5. If the submission tool does require some special separating tag/keyword between the articles in a single file then check the Custom Paragraph Separation checkbox and insert it into the text field next to it.

6. Select the extension for your file. The ones you can choose are .txt, .amr, and .csv

7. If you need to save it with another extension select Alternative from the drop-down menu and type the extension next to the Ext. Alternative label

8. Click Save and give the new template a name

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