OneClick - Running Accounts, Scheduling & Taking a Break

OneClick is the most powerful tool available when it comes to creating Trusted Google Accounts. It will automatically schedule and run your accounts to ensure every account gets the perfect amount of time running and resting.

Running Your Accounts

After adding a proxy to each of your accounts you should be good to start running OneClick. Running OneClick is done by pressing the Start All button, which can be found under "Options".

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OneClick has a lot of automation and intelligence built right into the application. This allows OneClick to determine how many accounts would be the most stable amount to run based on your computer available memory and CPU cores. Some accounts will begin to login right away while other accounts may go to a Scheduled status. This status means that they will begin when the currently running accounts go to "Taking a Break". OneClick will automatically manage this schedule for all accounts without any interference from you so you do not need to worry about manually starting accounts, or restarting accounts. The program will run up to 15 accounts at the same time if all the accounts are assigned different proxies and you have the available computer specs to do so. Again if you do not there is no need for concern, the scheduled accounts will begin automatically later within the day.

Scheduled Accounts

"Scheduled" is a perfectly normal status. Depending on how many accounts you have set to run, or how many accounts OneClick has determined to be safe will result in how many accounts will be Scheduled. 

If when you start all your accounts and only have 2 running this could be for two reasons.

  1. You do not have proxies assigned to your account. OneClick will only run 2 accounts without Proxies to prevent the program from running too many accounts on the same IP. It is recommended that you run OneClick with DC proxies. You can find out more about proxies in here.
  2. If you already have proxies assigned but it is still only running 2 accounts at the same time this could be because your computer has low ram or CPU. If this is the case then the system determined it would reduce the stability of the application if more accounts are running concurrently.

The important thing to remember is that all of your accounts will run regardless, they will begin once the currently running accounts go to take a break. If you really do want more accounts to be running concurrently then we would recommend looking into running on a server or upgrading your computer.

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Taking a Break

Having your accounts take a break while running is an important part of creating a Trusted Account. If your accounts are running 24/7 it will have extremely negative effects. This is why the scheduling system is so important, it will have your accounts running for between 20 minutes to 60 minutes then it will take a break for between 3 and 8 hours. This helps to create a realistic amount of activity, and after rigorous testing, this is what we have found produces the best balance, and is best for one click generation. 

It is common for the 'Action Log' to state 'Taking a break' however it is highly likely that the accounts will have run. If you are concerned about account activity you can check account.  To do this you can right-click on an account and view the action log of the account to see its past activities. 

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