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How Can I Add Multiple Labels?
How Can I Add Multiple Labels?

Discover how to categorize and organize your content using Labels

Kylie Decipeda avatar
Written by Kylie Decipeda
Updated over a week ago

What are Labels and how can they help me?

Labels are a fantastic way to categorize and filter content from your Social Profiles. You might want to assign Labels for VIPs, campaigns, products, or regions.

Bulk Upload Labels

Are you planning to add multiple Labels to various Social Profiles? Our customizable template lets you do just that and with ease! It's designed to help you apply your Labels to any User-Generated Content (UGC) in your library created by the Social Profiles you select.

Step-by-Step Instructions

Step 1: Navigate to the Settings Page

Navigate to your settings page and locate the "Labels" section. Click on the arrow to proceed.

Step 2: Open the Template

You will find the option to open our custom template on this page. Click to open the Google sheet.

Step 3: Make a Copy of the Template

In Google sheets, click FileMake a copy, and give your file a name.

Step 4: Fill in Your Data

In the new copy of the template, create a new row for each Social Profile. Then, list the Labels you want to add to that Social Profile, separated by commas (e.g., summer_2022, vip_influencers). Make sure to fill in the following columns:

  • Platform

  • Social Profile Username

  • Labels (separated by commas)

Step 5: Save and Upload the File

When you’re finished, click File → Download → Comma Separated Values (.csv) to save your work.

After downloading, navigate back to the 'Labels' section on the settings page and upload the CSV file.

Step 6: Verify Your Labels in Your Library

You're all set! Your newly added Labels will appear in your library immediately. You can use filters to view the User-Generated Content (UGC) associated with each label.

Remember, you can return to this page to upload a new CSV file whenever you want.

Note: This feature is only available for Pro+ plan users.

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