How to make a new empty profile or a new copy of the default profile in 5.0 software version
Go to the Profile Dropdown Menu and choose the three dots next to the application you want to utilize with your new custom profile.
You will see a window like in the picture below. Choose the three dots next to the "Add Profile" on the right and then choose the action you want to execute - Choose Add Empty Profile to start from scratch and choose "Add Default Profile" if you'd like to start customizing the readymade profile of the software.
How to make a new empty profile or a new copy of the default profile in 4.3. (or previous software versions).
Select the supported application from the application drop-down menu.
When an application has been selected (e.g. Discord) all the created profiles will be linked to the selected application.
Creating a profile in 4.3 (or previous)
You can select one of two options when creating a profile to a supported application (e.g. an application which has a Loupedeck sign infront of the name):
- New empty profile (red circle): This option creates an empty profile for your selected application. A good option if you want to create the mapping from scratch.
- Add default profile (blue circle): This option creates a profile with default mappings (including ready made workspaces and pages). A good option if you want to make small changes to the default profile but otherwise keep it as it is.
Note! If you are creating a profile for a non-supported application there is only "New empty profile" option, as there is no default profile available.
Profile Settings window
After selecting either of the options a profile settings window appears.
Your new profile has been automatically named (e.g. "Profile (2)"). It is adviced to change the profile name to describe the use of the profile (e.g. if you use the profile for streaming Tetris, rename it as "Tetris Streaming"),
To save the profile, press "Save" button near the bottom right corner. If you want to cancel the creation of a new profile, press "Cancel".
Note! More information about profile settings here.