Gloucester head coach Bryan Redpath is to remind his players of their responsibilities when posting on social networking sites Facebook and Twitter.
The action comes after centre Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu posted several comments on Twitter in the aftermath of Sunday's 12-10 semi-final defeat at Saracens.
Redpath said: "As professional rugby players, their views and opinions are monitored by thousands online.
"They have to be aware of this and responsible in their postings."
Four penalties from fly-half Owen Farrell proved to be enough to see Saracens through to the Premiership final at Twickenham at Gloucester's expense.
After the game, Fuimaono-Sapolu criticised the referee, Saracens' tactics, and the home side's inability to sell out their ground in his Tweets.
Redpath continued: "We are meeting with every player over the next two days as part of the end of season review process.
"As part of this process, I will remind each and every player of their position as a spokesman and an ambassador for Gloucester Rugby."
Gloucester stopped short of imposing a ban on their players using Twitter, instead "taking the stance that such outlets fall under the domain of freedom of speech".