Slate Duplicate issue

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Created a duplicate today and posted to Facebook. First the image and story were form the Slate I duplicated. Refreshed Facebook and republished project. Shows image but below the old title is there.
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Aaron Charbonneau, Employee

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Hi Robert,
Has this resolved itself? Looking at the slate url everything is written there as it is supposed to be for Facebook to read it, but their cache is only updated every 24 hours.  

Could you provide some more details for the steps you took?

1. You duplicated a project that had been previously published/shared to Facebook?
2. After you duplicated, did you publish/share without making any changes first, then republish after making the changes?

Thanks,
Aaron
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Looking back at this today, I think I duplicated one but chose the original not the dup to edit. When I published the cover page was correct but the URL was wrong.

What really needs to happen is add a template section on the left side where I can either move the dup there, efit, make it a template, then open as new project. Something like a preset.

Duplicating is an easy fix but a pain in the arse for us. It takes over a minute to duplicate, then another 20 seconds for it to say, done and show up. Now, I have to go in and open delete, edit a project that looks like another one.

This whole process and use case scenario needs to be rethought to support users and not what the product can only do... Like not supporting print to PDF.

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