How do I clone a Prismic site?

We have a prismic site (let's call it and we would like to launch another site via prismic (lets call it I cannot see any mechanism that will let us clone the prismic site, including all the content, content relations, slice setups etc. It doesn't even appear that import/export will actually accomplish this.

Am I missing something?

Hello Ken,

Welcome to the Prismic community, and thanks for reaching out to us.

It's possible to clone a Prismic repo, and We have explained every possible way in the following article: How to clone a Prismic repository

I hope you find your answer here. Let me know if you have any further questions.


Set up a new Prismic repository: Log in to your Prismic account or create a new one if you don't have an account already. Create a new repository by clicking on the "New repository" button and providing the necessary details.
Export data from the existing Prismic site: In your existing Prismic repository, go to the "Settings" section and select the "Export & Import" tab. Choose the "Export" option to download a JSON file containing your site's content.
Import data to the new Prismic repository: In your newly created Prismic repository, go to the "Settings" section and select the "Export & Import" tab. Choose the "Import" option and select the JSON file you exported in the previous step. Follow the instructions to import the data into the new repository.
Configure your project to use the new Prismic repository: Update the configuration settings of your website or application to point to the newly created Prismic repository. This typically involves updating the API endpoint or access token in your code or configuration files.
Verify and adjust settings: Once the data is imported, review your content in the new Prismic repository to ensure that everything has been cloned correctly. Check for any settings, configurations, or customizations that need to be adjusted to match your original site.
Test and deploy: Test your cloned Prismic site thoroughly to ensure that all functionality and content are working as expected. Make any necessary adjustments or fixes. Once you are satisfied with the results, deploy the site to your desired hosting environment or platform.