Editing a Caption vs. Adding a Caption

This article will help with understanding the difference of editing vs. adding a caption, and the different uses for each.

Adding a new caption, when the intention was to edit, can cause many issues with how your posts go out! If you are running into issues with content using a caption that wasn't intended, this is where you should be.

Editing a caption

If you are wanting to edit an existing caption, go ahead and navigate to the content in the content library, click the 3 dots in the top right, and then click edit.



Once you are in the edit pop-up, click on the "Captions" menu.

If you scroll to the bottom, you should see the existing caption on the content.

Go ahead and click on the pencil icon in the top right of that caption, and that should allow you to start editing!

Once you are done, click "Update Caption", and your changes will be saved.



Adding a caption

If you're wanting to recycle a post, you may want to have multiple captions that we can cycle through as you continue to use the post.

To add a new caption, go ahead and navigate to the content in the content library, click the 3 dots in the top right, and then click edit.



Once you are in the edit pop-up, click on the "Captions" menu.

You can begin typing your new content in the blank space, and when you're done, go ahead and click "Add Caption".



Now that you have added your next caption, go ahead and scroll to the bottom and you can see all captions for this content here!



As you recycle the post, it will automatically cycle through the captions seen here each time it posts.
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