The Pass Templates page is where you can view and edit all of the Pass Templates you have previously created. A Pass Template is an outline of how the Pass will appear on the IOS or Android device. When you add dynamic data to the Pass, the Pass Template preview will display the default data.
If you go back and edit a Pass Template from the Pass Templates page and there are already Passes installed for this template, you will see this message upon clicking ‘Save Template’:
You can either close the Update Information message, which will redirect you back to the Pass Templates page. Also, you can click ‘View Update’, which will redirect you to the Pass Update Manager page. Then, on the Pass Update Manager page, you will see the update taking place immediately. Updates that happen from editing a Pass Template will have a default update name set by the system, which you cannot edit. Also, these updates will not include a Pass Update Notification.
A Pass Template is an outline of how a Pass will appear, while a Pass is the actual wallet object that will be sent to your customer. The Pass Template shows the Pass with the placeholder or default data.
After you make an update on a Pass template, the Pass generated following the update will reflect the new version.
When you delete a Pass template, it will no longer appear on the Pass Templates page. Also, the new users will not be able to request this Pass. However, those who have already received the Pass will still have access to it. Moreover, you can view Pass records in the ‘Pass Data Manager’ page.