OneClick - Getting Started Guide

Introduction

OneClick is the most powerful tool that allows you to generate activity and farm on your Google accounts while giving you access to the most powerful suite of tools to ensure managing your accounts is effortless. Use tools like Setting up Email Forwarding, Change Passwords, SMS Verify your Accounts, and more. You can import your accounts into OneClick, Assign Proxies, and Start Farming, then let OneClick's automated scheduling system run and sleep your accounts, creating a truly effortless experience.

Tasks | Account Tools | AutoSolve

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Whether you are managing your accounts with our Account Tools, creating solvers, farming them to build trust, utilizing our local sms and inbox features, or using AutoSolve to automate solving captchas in other programs, this is where that all happens.

Adding Accounts | Adding Solvers | Assign Proxies | Farming Accounts/Solvers

Adding Accounts to OneClick

You can add accounts either individually or in bulk. If you have multiple accounts to add, we recommend using the Import feature.

1. Navigate over to the Accounts/Solvers section of Profile Builder in Tasks. This section has the play button icon titled Accounts/Solvers when you hover over it.

2. Click on the File button at the top left of the view, then click Add Account.

3. Begin adding your account information, starting with a Category. By default, Accounts are created in the All Category. You can override this and specify a category name to add your accounts to a unique category.

4. Enter the Email and Password for your account.

5. If your account has either a Security Answer or a Recovery Email, enter that so that OneClick can automate the login process for the account. If your account has neither measure implemented, leave the fields blank.

6. If you have 2-Factor Authentication(2FA) setup on your account, enter the 2FA secret here. If you don't have 2FA but want to learn how to add it to your account using Account Tools after you have added an account to OneClick, you can learn more about that here.

7. If you want to add any notes to be stored with the account, you can include them here.

8. Specify the Browser Type to use in the Browser Type dropdown. You can choose AYCD Browser or Chrome Browser. You can see the supported captcha and modes in the Supported Features section.
9. After configuring the dialog, click the Create button.

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Adding Accounts to OneClick (Bulk)

You can make a copy of the OneClick CSV Import format for accounts in OneClick.

1. Navigate over to the Accounts/Solvers section of Profile Builder in Tasks. This section has the play button icon titled Accounts/Solvers when you hover over it.

2. Click on the File button at the top left of the view, then click Import. This will open the Import Accounts dialog.

3. Click on the icon to the right of the dialog that looks like a piece of paper. Use your system's file explorer to select the file location for the CSV import format.

3. Click on Import, and OneClick will add the accounts using the CSV you provided.

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Optionally you can import them using the Copy and Paste format. The only required parts to adding the account are the Email and Password; the other parts are optional.

Email:::password
Email:::password:::Proxy
Email:::password:::SecurityAnswerOrRecoveryEmail
Email:::password:::SecurityAnswerOrRecoveryEmail:::Proxy

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Adding Solvers

Solvers are browsers without an account attached. They are primarily used for AutoSolve, but can also be used to farm and created trusted browser sessions. They can be great while used in tandem with accounts.

1. Navigate over to the Accounts/Solvers section of Profile Builder in Tasks. This section has the play button icon titled Accounts/Solvers when you hover over it.

2. Click on the File button at the top left of the view, then click Add Solver.

3. Begin adding information, starting with a Category. By default, Accounts are created in the All Category. You can override this and specify a category name to add your accounts to a unique category.

4. Enter a name. Each solver will use this incremented with an index. 

5. Enter a quantity of solvers to create. 

6. Specify which Proxy Categories you want to use for the solvers.

7. Specify the Browser Type to use in the Browser Type dropdown. You can choose AYCD Browser or Chrome Browser. You can see the supported captcha and modes in the Supported Features section.

8. After configuring the dialog, click the Create button.

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Assigning Proxies

Having a proxy assigned is crucial for running your accounts in OneClick and building up trust in your accounts. To assign proxies to your account, you need to add them to OneClick first. You can add proxies under the Proxies view, File > New. Learn more about Adding Proxies to OneClick.

1. From the Accounts view, select the accounts you want to assign a proxy to from the Table.

2. After you have selected accounts, click the Options button, then the Assign Proxies button.

3. Use the dropdown to select the category of proxies you want to use. You can use the checkbox below to prevent OneClick from using proxies assigned to accounts you have not selected.

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5. If you want to assign a specific proxy to an account, this can be done individually. You can use the right-click menu under Proxy > Set Proxy. You can also do this by double-clicking on the proxy column.
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Farming Accounts/Solvers

After assigning proxies to your accounts, you can start running them and building trust. OneClick has a lot of automation and intelligence built into it. OneClick automatically determines how many accounts should run simultaneously based on your computer specifications. Additionally, OneClick determines when the accounts should run, when to take a break, and then automatically start them again after the break time has finished. This intelligence also allows OneClick to schedule accounts when running more accounts than your computer can safely run at once.

1. Navigate to the Accounts section of OneClick.

2. Select the accounts you want to start farming on from the Accounts Table.

3. Click on Options in the top right, then click Start Farming. Optionally you can start farming on accounts individually by clicking the Start button that looks like a play button icon from the actions column.

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When you are running your accounts, there are some possible statuses that you could see.

Scheduled: This status will show on an account scheduled to run. When an available running slot has opened up for an account, one of the scheduled accounts will begin running. OneClick will schedule an account if you are trying to run more accounts than your computer can run simultaneously or if you are trying to run more than 15 at the same time.

Taking a Break: This status will show after an account has run for a set time. It is normal to see this status after an account is running, and you do not need to stop and start the account as it will start again after a preset amount of time. Accounts will take breaks for 3-8hrs before trying to run again.

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Click here to read more in-depth on Running Accounts, Scheduling & Taking a Break

Account Tools

OneClick has several Account Tools to help you manage your account once they're in OneClick. We have tools that automate actions like Enabling 2FA, Setting up Mail Forwarding, Changing the Recovery Email, Changing Account Passwords, and more.

AutoSolve

AutoSolve is used within OneClick but requires a separate subscription to enable and use it. Using it allows you to connect OneClick with supported bots in order to make OneClick your default Captcha Solver. Harnassing the power of your trusted accounts right from OneClick makes OneClick and AutoSolve a crucial combination. You can read more about the AutoSolve service by clicking here.

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