Supported Bots - Whatbot

AutoSolve allows you to connect OneClick with supported bots to make OneClick a default Captcha Solver. By connecting bots to OneClick, it becomes your Captcha solving hub - allowing for captcha challenges to be sent to OneClick and optionally to supported 3rd party solvers like 2Captcha, AntiCaptcha, and CapMonster.

Whatbot AutoSolve Setup:

Before proceeding with the setup for Whatbot and AutoSolve it is required that you have read the AutoSolve - Getting Started Guide. Once you have read through the Getting Started Guide and you have AutoSolve is enabled you can proceed with the setup using the steps below.

  1. Launch OneClick and go to the AutoSolve menu option. From here you can use the Go To Dashboard button, or you can go to the website dashboard and access your AutoSolve Dashboard.
  2. From your dashboard get your AYCD Access Token by pressing copy under the AutoSolve Access Token.Copy_Access_Token.png
  3. In Whatbot, you will navigate under the Settings gear to the AYCD AutoSolve section to paste your Access Token.mceclip0.pngmceclip1.pngmceclip2.png
  4. Next from the dashboard, you will need to create an AutoSolve Bot API Key for Whatbot, remember that you will need a different one for each bot. When selecting a name it is best to use the name of the bot so that you can easily identify it.
  5. Once you have created your API Key for Whatbot, use the copy button and it will copy your Bot API Key to your clipboard.

  6. After adding your Access Token and API Key, you can click Save in order to connect Whatbot to AutoSolve. We highly encourage that you run a test task afterwards to ensure everything is properly setup. mceclip0.pngmceclip6.png


Running Whatbot with AutoSolve:

Create your Whatbot tasks, once you have completed the above steps in settings there is nothing specific you need to do in order to use AutoSolve.

  1. Launch OneClick and go to the Accounts menu option. Right-click an account and Start AutoSolve, or click on Options > Start AutoSolve > All, to start up all your accounts as Solvers within the category.
  2. Upon trying to start an account, you will be asked whether to skip Login Verification and if you wish to warm up the browser before becoming a Solver. The Automatic Google Account Login Verification verifies whether the account is logged into the browser. The Warm Up Browser With Some Activity warms up the browser by performing some activities in the browser before becoming the Solver, which includes watching YouTube and Google Searches. Click the Start button when you are ready to start your Solvers!2021-06-08_23_47_09-Window.png
  3. Then when you run your Whatbot tasks when there is a task that requires a captcha it will request it from your accounts in OneClick.
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