Use Blueprints in Apple Configurator 2 on Mac
Use Blueprints to record actions that can be applied to actual devices. You add configuration profiles and apps to Blueprints, just as you would add them to a physical device. You can prepare a Blueprint so it has the mobile device management (MDM) information and supervision identity attached. You can also add specific actions to a Blueprint, such as putting the device into Single App Mode. After you have the Blueprint the way you want, you can apply it to a device.
Create a Blueprint
In Apple Configurator 2 on your Mac, click the Edit Blueprints button in the toolbar, then select Edit Blueprints.
Click New and rename the Blueprint from Untitled to a name you choose.
You can now add profiles, apps, and actions to your Blueprint.
When you finish, click Done.
Apply a Blueprint
In Apple Configurator 2 on your Mac, select a device or group of devices in the device window.
Choose Actions > Apply > [name of Blueprint].
All Blueprint actions are performed and all Blueprint profiles and apps are added.