Super Vault

Never worry about sending the same content twice

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Written by Ella
Updated over a week ago

This feature will appear whenever you open your vault in a private chat.

How is this helpful?

You’ve probably faced this tedious issue where you don’t know which content you’ve already sent, so you have to scroll through the fan’s gallery or chat history.

With the Super Vault, you no longer have to go through it again.

It lets you quickly filter out purchased or sent content, so you never send the same content twice.

This ensures there will not be any human mistakes with double sending, saves a few minutes every time you want to attach media, and reduce a repetitive tedious action that every chatter faces.

This can also change your content strategy, making you less reliant on new content.

What can you find in the Super Vault?

It highlights the pictures or videos that were already sent or bought by a fan:

  • ✉️ Envelope emoji: You’ve sent this photo/video before.

  • 💵 Cash emoji: This fan has already unlocked this photo/video.

  • 🆓 Free emoji: This media was sent for free.

  • Unsend: For sent content, you'll find an unused button below the content date.


Does it support multiple instances of the same media in the vault?

When you upload the same content twice from your computer, your Vault will have two instances of the same media.

However - Super Vault can only recognize the same instance you've sent.
Since we don't scan your actual content for privacy reasons, it cannot find out which instances are actually identical photos or videos, therefore, it will treat each of them separately.

Please ensure you re-send content only from your vault, and avoid uploading the same media twice from your computer.

Also, we recommend going over the Vault to delete any duplicates you find.

Does it support Post unlocks?

Yes, it does. If a fan has purchased a paid post, it will be shown in the Super Vault as purchased (💵).

Organize Vault

Organizing your content, especially if you've been creating for a while, can be a tedious task. Knowing what to use when and being able to whip out just the right piece at the right time is often what separates a craving fan from an expired one.

Supercreator allows you to tag your media in order to organize it in a smarter way. Organize vault is our way of attaching information to your media. 🤩

By clicking the tag button next to the image you can tag your media with descriptions & tags or associate specific Captions with them.

When you click on the label icon next to a piece of content in the vault, the window in the image above will pop up. Let's start exploring the three main parts of this feature as they're shown in the image - Tags, Descriptions, and Media Captions.


Tags are usually 1 or 2 words that describe the type of media. They're usually fetishes or very specific characteristics of text associated with an image - like "Feet" or "Ass". They will appear over the media in all of your Vaults once you assign them to a piece of media,


A description is a longer piece of text, normally a sentence or two, that explains what's happening in the scene captured in the media. This would normally be something like "Lying in bed in my undies" or "Beach frontal half-nude pink bathing suit". The description will show when you hover media in your Vault, and is used to better understand what's going on without opening the piece of content (very useful for video, audio and GIFs).

Attached Scripts

If you want, you can also choose to attach one or more captions to a piece of content. This is a great way to attach great captions to specific media sets, ensuring that the the person sending this media has the best captions available to him in a click of a button, right when they attach the media and send it as a PPV.

Any attached Captions will automatically pop up when you attach this specific piece of media in the chat - so you can instantly click to use it as the PPV caption.

Now, when you check out your media, you'll notice a "Post" or "Mass" label. This makes it easy to see if the media was posted on the feed or sent as a mass message. It'll give you a better idea of what fans might have seen.

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