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Saved Libraries

Organize and Enhance Your Posts with Saved Libraries

Introducing the new Saved Libraries feature that empowers you to efficiently organize the following elements from your Post Editor:

- Saved Replies
- Hashtags
- Handles
- Dynamic Parameters

This article will guide you through the functionality of Saved Libraries and provide step-by-step instructions on how to set them up for optimal productivity.

I. Saved Replies and Saved Hashtags

Saved Replies and Saved Hashtags prove invaluable for streamlining your Inbox replies and frequently used hashtags during composition or replies. Imagine the time saved by creating these convenient shortcuts. Here's how to set them up:

Access "Saved Libraries" within your "Publishing Settings," or simply click the bookmark icon in your publishing window and select "Saved Replies" from the pop-up window.

Saved Libraries

Saved Replies

When you click on Replies or Hashtags and select "Add Reply," a pop-up window will appear.

Add Reply

Assign a searchable title to each saved reply and hashtag.


Take advantage of additional action buttons, such as inserting shortened links, emojis, attaching images, or retrieving images from the image library. Remember to save your changes.

Action Buttons

II. Handles

Now you can save the handles you frequently use when creating posts or responding to the Inbox. This eliminates the wait time for the pop-up to generate your @ mentions from the Post Editor or Inbox replies. Follow these steps to set up Handles:

Go to "Saved Libraries" in your "Publishing Settings," or click the bookmark icon in your publishing window and select "Handles" from the pop-up window.


Save Handles for different platforms:
- Twitter (Users)
- Facebook (Pages and Locations)
- LinkedIn (Company Pages)

Saved Handles

III. Dynamic Parameters

Configure essential details like company address, phone number, and other relevant information using Dynamic Parameters. This simplifies the process of inserting pertinent information into your Post Editor. Here's how to set up Dynamic Parameters:

Access "Saved Libraries" in your "Publishing Settings," or click the bookmark icon in your publishing window and select "Dynamic Parameter." Then click "Add New Parameter" in the pop-up window.

Dynamic Parameters

Set a Dynamic Parameter for each Brand (Agency plans) or for each Social Media Profile (Premier and Basic Plans).

Set Dynamic Parameters

Note: You can also create your Dynamic Parameters and cross brand it with another brand. For example, if you assign a Dynamic Parameter to Brand A, Facebook page A with Facebook B, Facebook page B and use it on different brands, you can.

Dynamic Parameters are applicable only to scheduled posts and will not work on auto-post with queues.

If you have any additional questions, don't hesitate to reach out to our 24/7 Support Team. We're here to assist you. And if you have suggestions for improving this feature, feel free to share them with us through the chat. We value your feedback!

Thank you,
The eClincher Support Team

Updated on: 21/06/2023

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