You can create presets to quickly train units or send out attacks with a predefined number and composition of units. You can generate unlimited number of presets, which means that you can create one for each of your purposes.
How can I create a Preset?
To create presets you have to go to your Rally Point. You will be met with this screen:
Simply start by pressing the Create a new preset button. After naming the preset and selecting an icon for it, you have to add the number and type of units you want to be included in this preset. This will be done on the next screen, as shown below. You can mix different units (for example Archers and Spearman) in one preset. To save the template, simply press the Save button.
What can I use Presets for?
You can use Presets to train a predefined number of units with one click of a button, or you can use it to attack conveniently from the map with a predefined army.
How do I train units with Presets?
You can use your preset to train your units by going to the Rally Point, looking at your preset and pressing the yellow icon (the one showing the two units) on the right side.
The preset will then start to train your units. Note: The preset will train what is missing to have one full preset worth of units, meaning that if you have a preset with 50 Axe Fighters and you already have 20 Axe Fighters, the preset will start to train the missing 30 Axe Fighters.
The preset will train the units according to the units list of picture 2. First Spearmen, then Swordsmen, Axe Fighters, Archers etc.
The preset will only train the units for which you have enough resources or provisions.
How do I attack with Presets?
You will then get to the above screen. Here you can get various information before you send out the attack. You can see the travel time, your strength, how many units you have available.
If you are certain of your choice, then press the two battle axes to send out your attack.
How do I send support with Presets?
Just as in the description above, you only press the shield instead of the two battle axes.