Handle (or whatever you want to name it) : the display column used to store the name of your template
Template used to store the Format() template
Description for the description of what placeholders do in the template.
Step 2 : Create external templates
Give a name (”Handle”) to your template in the Handle column... something easy to remember, something that makes sense for when you’ll write your Format()
Write your template in the column Template exactly like you would normally do when using Format()
Add a short description for the placeholders in your templates
Step 3 : Use external templates in Format()
Write your Format() formula where you need it to be and use your external template in the template part by @-referencing the row containing the appropriate template (i.e.: @Handle_of_the_template.Template).
The rest of the Format() formula works like it always did 😊.
As the template is now stored in a helper table, it means it’s easy to correct or modify (no need to modify directly the formula). And if you need more templates, just add rows to the Templates table 😉.