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Duplication of a project into another backend (GoodBarber Classic project only)

It is possible to duplicate an entire app's design and content of a classic project* into another project.
The price for this service is 40$/40€ per duplication.

If you agree to these terms, please contact the support and give us the URL of the source backend (the project you want to duplicate) as well as the URL of the target backend (the project where the content must be duplicated).

If you have not yet created a target project, create it from https://www.goodbarber.com/create/
Use the same Account ID as for the existing project to create the new one. 

*Duplication is not managed on GoodBarber shopping apps .


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Important

-To be able to clone an app, the source app must have:
- less than 120 sections
- less than 500 CMS items
 (articles, podcasts, photos, events etc.).
Apps that do not comply with the requirements above can not be cloned.

- Send the duplication request to the support from the Source project (the one you want to duplicate). 

- The target app must be in a trial period or under the same subscription plan as the source app (for instance, if the source backend has a Full plan subscription, the target backend must be in trial or have a Full plan subscription as well).

- All existing content and design in the target project will be replaced. This process cannot be undone. 

When the duplication is done, an invoice of 40$/40€ will be generated in your target project.


If you are a reseller, we also offer a service of unlimited duplication. You can activate from your reseller dashboard. 
If you wish to go with this option, please read the online help about duplicating apps from the reseller dashboard


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Warning if you are publishing the iOS version of your app:

We do not recommend publishing duplicated apps in the App Store without significantly customizing them and making them as unique as possible.

Similar apps are considered as a form of spam by Apple, as stated in the App Store Review Guideline 4.3 - Spam :
"Don’t create multiple Bundle IDs of the same app. If your app has different versions for specific locations, sports teams, universities, etc., consider submitting a single app and provide the variations using in-app purchase. Also avoid piling on to a category that is already saturated; the App Store has enough fart, burp, flashlight, and Kama Sutra apps already. Spamming the store may lead to your removal from the Developer Program."