OneClick - Best Practices

OneClick is primarily used to generate activity and trust in Google Accounts. This guide is here to inform you of the best practices for running OneClick and growing the trust of your accounts.

Due to some of the changes made in recent weeks, it is important to follow the best practices we have laid out. We have spent hundreds of hours over thousands of accounts to find these best practices and to ensure that the settings specified are optimal. 

Enable Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) on your Account

Creating a trusted account is a careful process that involves building up history overtime on a good quality account. That trust is not something that happens in an instant or overnight. Enabling Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) on your Account is an important step you will need to take in order to have success with building that trust. Enabling 2FA is a process that cannot be automated and something you will have to do manually. 2FA works best with the Google Authenticator App or Bitwarden Premium. Due to a recent update, you will first need to add a phone number to the Account before you can enable the Authenticator app. I explain how to enable 2FA here, or you can read this article on it. 

Taking Care of Your IPs

Another step in this process is taking care of your IPs. This means that you should only be using this IP for farming, you should not be trying to double up and use this IP in your bot tasks, or for anything else. Ensuring that you are taking care to only use the IP for farming and for AutoSolve/Bot Solvers will help keep the IPs clean from degradation that bot tasks can result in and will help keep your scores for V3 high.

Responsibly-Sourced Accounts

Ensuring that you have good quality accounts is an essential part of the process of gaining a trusted account. Creating accounts on your own without purchasing them is the best way to do that, but if you do need more accounts, ensuring that you are getting good quality ones is important. Once you do have your accounts, going through past emails and looking for bans regarding spam, or checking the Previous YouTube comments for comments related to spam. But the biggest deciders are where you have gotten the account from, and ensuring that you are running them on a Good IP. 

Avoid Excessive Testing Your Accounts 

Another important part of ensuring your accounts are trusted is to avoid excessively testing them. We have found that testing too much, and too often without a lot of activity can have a negative effect on your account. It is best to run for a week or more before doing any tests on the account, and when you do a test to avoid testing too much.

Clear Your Account Security Checkups

Clearing Security Checkups are another valuable step you can take to increase the trust of your account. Sometimes these security events can be holding back your accounts and clearing them can increase the number of one-clicks that you see. You can clear them in your account.google.com, there will be a square that says Security Checkup or by visiting https://myaccount.google.com/security-checkup?continue=https://myaccount.google.com.

OneClick Settings

Lately, it is important to ensure that you are leaving things to the default way they are set in the program. We have spent hundreds of hours over thousands of accounts verifying these settings and ensuring that they are the most optimal settings. Changing from the default settings to try to have the accounts run more often, or stopping the accounts after they go on break to start them up so that they get more activity can impact your accounts negatively. Gaining trust is a process, and it is not a process that you can rush through, it takes time, and spamming account activity is not going to make that process go faster.

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