After we wrapped up our chat a couple of weeks ago, I did a little more research on how to accomplish the goal you were referring to, and I discovered that it IS possibly to create a page with a queue embedded and a "Copy to GQueues Account" button! We used the "Publish" feature to create the "Quick Start" page (https://try.gqueues.com/quick-start/) and it's available for you to use as well. You can find the steps below.
- Create a separate free GQueues Lite account (something like, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com) and create the various template queues that you want. By doing this in a separate account, those tasks will never be mixed in with your own Smart Queues.
- In this separate GQueues account, once you have created the template queues, you can Publish those queues following these steps.
- Then you can either embed those published queues in a web page, or just keep a list of the links somewhere (in an email, Google Doc, bookmarks, etc...). For instance, here is a direct link to the "Quick Start" published queue (without it being embedded in another web page)
- Whenever you need a new copy of the template, you'll just go to the link, click "Copy to GQueues Account" and you are ready to go.