The accounts rating system will assign a letter rating from F at the lowest to S at the highest. The rating will help you better determine the quality of your accounts and the browsers you are farming. Each section below will cover a factor we use to provide a rating.
Getting a Rating
For your account to receive a rating in OneClick, you must have run it on a farming cycle for at least 1 minute. Until a browser has been run, it will display a dash indicating it has not received a rating yet.
Viewing Your Rating
You can easily view the rating on your accounts under the Rating column in OneClick. If you want more information on the rating, you can click on it, and it will show you a tooltip containing the status of each rating factor for your account described using the following icons.
The red circle with an exclamation point symbol indicates the status of this factor has not been checked yet or is expired.
The Red X symbol indicates a negative status of a factor such as failed reCaptcha V2 One-Click or a YouTube Account Ban.
The Blue checkmark symbol indicates a positive status of a factor such as successful reCaptcha v2 One-Click, or 2FA enabled on an account.
Updating Your Rating
Each browser's rating is updated automatically by OneClick once the browser goes to sleep or is stopped.
ReCaptcha Testing Results
The first two factors that the rating system will look at are the one-click results of your reCaptcha V2 test and the score of your reCaptcha V3 test. These two tests play a big part in determining the trust of your account as it helps to demonstrate the real-world results of requesting the particular captcha types.
The results of the ReCaptcha Test will expire after 7 days leaving behind a warning on the rating indicating that you need to test the account again. Expiring the results of the tests helps keep the results up to date and the rating as accurate as possible.
The third factor that we look at to determine the rating of an account is whether that account has Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) enabled. The 2FA status gets checked while the account is farming. Enabling 2FA is a process that cannot be automated and needs to be enabled manually, which helps increase the trust of the Google Account. To enable 2FA, you will first need to add a phone number to the account. Then you can enable 2FA and add the passphrase directly to your account in OneClick, automating the login process and saving you from managing these in an external app like Google Authenticator. You can read about enabling 2FA here.
While an account can get one-clicks if it has a YouTube ban, it usually takes significantly longer and is always a negative stain on the account's status.
Total Farming Time
The fifth factor that we look at to determine the rating of an account is the length of time it has spent farming in OneClick. The length of time an account has spent farming helps define several factors, including the quality of the browsing data in OneClick and its amount. The Total Farming Time is broken into 3 sections that affect your rating:
- Bad: This is an account you have only farmed for less than 360 minutes.
- Okay: This is an account you have farmed for more than 360 minutes but less than 840 minutes.
- Good: This is an account you have farmed for more than 840 minutes.
It is best to not rush the activity onto your accounts by increasing the run time or decreasing the sleeping time between cycles. Instead, following the predetermined and automated times and cycles will yield the best results when increasing trust in your accounts.
Length of Time in OneClick
The last factor that we look at to determine the rating of an account is the length of time an account has spent in OneClick. This factor helps to show how long a browser history could have existed for. Keeping your accounts farming in the same location is the best practice for building up history and trust for your accounts. Similar to the Total Farm Time, the length of time has been broken into 3 sections that affect your rating:
- Bad: This is an account that has been in OneClick for less than 14 days.
- Okay: This is an account that has been in OneClick for less than 30 days.
- Good: This is an account that has been in OneClick for more than 30 days.
This system is just an estimate of the quality of your account and will be tweaked and adjusted over time. If you have questions or suggestions about the rating system, you can create a ticket to discuss this with a member of our team.