SUMMARY

You can create and use reply templates to easily answer your prospects without re-typing the same or similar message over and over again. You can find Reply Templates both in Campaigns and in Prospect Labs Inbox.

An example of how to create and manage Reply templates is given for the Inbox option:

  1. Go to Prospect Labs Inbox from the main navigation menu. At the bottom of the Inbox, click on the pencil icon to open Reply templates

  2. You can select a template that is already created or create a new one by clicking Create or Edit Reply Templates button

  3. Here you will be able to amend and delete already created templates or create a new template by clicking Create button.

  4. Name the template and add a message using personalisation placeholders suggested below the message field. Once you are happy with the template, click Create.

Note: reply templates are unique to each LinkedIn account on Prospect Labs and cannot be shared.


IN DETAIL

It is important to reply to all prospects who responded to your message, therefore Reply templates come in handy to fasten this process.

You can find Reply Templates both in Campaigns and in Prospect Labs Inbox.

An example of how to create and manage Reply templates is given for the Inbox option:

  • Go to Prospect Labs Inbox from the main navigation menu. At the bottom of the Inbox, click on the pencil icon to open Reply templates:

  • Here you can select a template that you already created by clicking on the selected template:

  • To open your reply template management, click Create or Edit Reply Templates button on the right:

  • Here you will be able to amend (a.) and delete (b.) already created templates or create a new template (c.):

  • To create a new template, click Create button (c.). Here you can name the template and create a message using personalisation placeholders suggested below the message field. Once you are happy with the template, click Create:

Note: reply templates are unique to each LinkedIn account on Prospect Labs and cannot be shared.



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