Page Builder’s duplication feature is a great way to save lots of time, especially if you put a little bit of thought into what you’ll need across a set of widgets. For example, let’s say we want to create a set of buttons. That should be easy enough.
We’ll add a single button, set it up so it has the look and feel of the site we’re building. We’ll leave the specific fields like button text and button URL blank though. We’ll fill these in later.
Once you’ve created the main single button, then you can duplicate the original, put the buttons in their place, and finally set the specific text and URL for each button.
This basic theory applies to setting up a lot of other widgets like images and even text. You can also apply this this theory to duplicating entire rows.