What is OneClick - Getting Started Guide

OneClick is a tool provided by AYCD that allows you to generate activity and farm on your Google Accounts. It is considered the best farming tool available. Load your Google Accounts into OneClick, assign proxies, press Start, and let our automated scheduling run your accounts effortlessly. In addition to this, OneClick allows you to change your account passwords and recovery emails quickly. All of this coupled with the power of AutoSolve. You'll never solve another captcha for an important drop again! 

Accounts | Account Tools | AutoSolve

Accounts

Adding Accounts | Assigning Proxies | Running Accounts | Settings 

The Accounts section is where almost everything takes place in OneClick. It is where you add accounts, assign proxies, and start the farming process. It is where you will start solvers for AutoSolve and where you will be able to solve captchas when they come through from your bots.

Adding Accounts 

The first step to getting started is adding your accounts to OneClick. When adding your accounts you have a few options. You can add them one at a time by clicking on File > New > Then filling out the fields and clicking on Save.

Security Answers and Recovery Emails are optional security measures. If your account does not have either measure implemented, leave the field blank.

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Optionally, you can import them in mass either using the Copy and Paste format or adding them to the CSV Import. The format for Copy and paste importing is below. The only required parts to adding the account are the Email and Password; everything else can be skipped over.

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

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If you would prefer to import them using the CSV file, you can download the format here and import it using the file import.

OneClick CSV Import Format

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Assigning Proxies

Having a proxy assigned is crucial for running OneClick and generating trusted Google Accounts. To Assign Proxies to an account, you need to add them to OneClick. Proxies are added under the Proxies Heading and can be added using File > New. Click here to read more on Adding Proxies to OneClick.

To assign proxies to accounts, you have two options. You can assign them all at once using the Assign Proxies button or individually.

  1. There is an Assign Proxies button in the Accounts tab on the right-hand side under Options. This will allow you to select a category of proxies to be applied to the accounts you have selected.
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  2. 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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Running Accounts

After you have assigned proxies to an account, you are ready to start running your accounts and building up trust with them. 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.

In order to start your accounts, you can use the Play button icon on the account which will start it, or optionally you can use the Start > All under Options.
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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

Settings

The Settings section will allow you to customize the scripts and modify settings such as Sleeping overnight and discord webhooks. It also has options to restore from automated backups and create backups to move your data to a different device.

Automatically Clear Browser Cache: This setting will allow you to save on disk space while using more data for farming the accounts. It should be enabled if you find that OneClick uses too much space on your hard drive.

Send Errors to Discord - This option sends any status messages to your Discord Webhook, allowing you to receive notifications when your accounts encounter any errors. Examples of error messages include Connection Errors, Controller Errors, and Login Errors. This is perfect for when you have OneClick on a server, and you may not be monitoring account status. 

Enable Inbox - This Setting enables the Inbox section within OneClick. Inbox gives you the power to easily add your Email Accounts to a consolidated Inbox within OneClick.

Enable AutoSolve - This setting enables the AutoSolve section within OneClick and must be enabled before starting your accounts as solvers. You must have an active AutoSolve subscription for this to work; you can read more about AutoSolve here.

Configure Scripts: This opens a dialog where you can enable and disable scripts; explanations can be found below for each script. 

Google News: This script is enabled as default, and will allow OneClick to browse and open news stories. It is recommended to always have this script enabled. 

Google Search: This script is enabled as default, OneClick will perform random Google searches. It is recommended to always have this script enabled. 

Google Shopping: This script is enabled as default, where OneClick will browse items found on the Google Shopping section. OneClick will never purchase any items and will simply view the products. It is recommended to always have this script enabled. 

Google Images: This script is enabled as default. OneClick will perform random image searches. It is recommended to always have this script enabled. 

Youtube: This script is enabled as default. OneClick will watch YouTube videos, additionally, OneClick will like and subscribe to channels. It is recommended to always have this script enabled.

Gmail: This script is disabled as default. When enabled, it allows OneClick to read emails within the account inbox; this script should be left disabled if you often use the Gmail inbox, such as for order confirmations.

Newsletters: This script is disabled as default and will sign up your accounts for newsletters to increase activity. It is not recommended to have this script enabled if you have the accounts forwarded or occasionally use them.

Clear All Cache Files: This is only recommended to be used if you need to remove all the data stored by OneClick in the browser cache. This will delete all cache files and sign you out of all the accounts; as such, it is not recommended to click this if your accounts require 2FA to sign in.

Sleep Accounts at Night: This sets your accounts to sleep overnight; this option will not allow any accounts to start after 22:00 and resume the regular schedule after 07:00 the next day. It is recommended to use the same timezone that the proxies are located in, for example, NA for US proxies and Europe for EU based proxies. The following timezones are used:

North America = America/Chicago

Europe = Europe/London

China = Asia/Shanghai

Japan = Asia/Tokyo

Australia = Australia/Sydney

Discord Webhook: Input your Discord Webhook here; this will notify you of any errors the accounts may encounter during the farming process. You can find information regarding setting up a Discord Webhook here.

Account Tools

The Account Tools button brings all of the account related tools under one button giving options for setting up Email Forwarding, Mass Password Change, Mass Recovery Email Change, and Generating an App Password. 

Setup Email Forwarding | Mass Password Change | Mass Recovery Email Change | Generate App Password

Mass Password Change 

The mass password change feature will allow you to update your Accounts' passwords quickly. To use this feature, you need to be on OneClick 2.0.0 or newer and your Accounts' default language must be set to English. In OneClick version 2.6.0, we added a language check when first signing into an account, if the account language is not set to English then it will be changed. If you still need to change the account language please see the link below.

https://support.google.com/mail/answer/17091?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en

To use the Mass Password Change, you must select at least one account. You can either click on one account or hold Shift and Click on another account to select multiple. This will select all of the accounts between the two accounts you have selected. You can also use CTRL + Click, allowing you to select multiple accounts. Lastly, you can use CTRL + A to select all accounts in the category you are in. After you have selected the accounts whose passwords you want to change, click on Account Tools > Mass Password Change > Select or All.

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After clicking Selected/All, a dialog will appear; if you would like OneClick to use a random password leave the field blank, or you can set one yourself by typing in the text box. Click Run to continue. 

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Mass Recovery Email Change

The mass recovery email change feature will allow you to update the recovery email of your Accounts quickly. To use this feature, ensure you are on OneClick 2.0.0 or newer and that your Accounts default language is set to English. In OneClick version 2.6.0, we added a language check when first signing into an account, if the account language is not set to English then it will be changed. If you still need to change the account language please see the link below.

https://support.google.com/mail/answer/17091?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en

To use the Mass Recovery Email Change, you need to have selected one or more accounts. After selecting the account, click on Account Tools > Mass Recovery Email Change > Selected/All.

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When changing the recovery email, a dialog box will appear where you can enter multiple recovery emails if you have multiple accounts. A new line separates email addresses, so press enter between each email. If you want to remove the recovery email from your selected accounts, leave the text area empty.

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Generate App Password

The generate app password feature will allow you to create app passwords for your accounts quickly. To use this feature, ensure you are on OneClick 2.5.2 or newer, that your Account's default language is set to English, and your Account has 2FA enabled. In OneClick version 2.6.0, we added a language check when first signing into an account, if the account language is not set to English then it will be changed. If you still need to change the account language please see the link below.
https://support.google.com/mail/answer/17091?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en
To use the Generate App Password, you need to have selected one or more accounts. After selecting the account, click on Account Tools > Generate App Password > Selected/All.
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When generating an app password, a dialog box will appear where you can specify the name of the app password so that you can quickly identify them in the future. 
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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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