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Mass Action - Monitor Profile

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Select MONITOR PROFILE and enter a PROFILE URL / ID into the input box for the MASS <action>

The program will pull the latest post from the profile, then perform the MASS ACTION on that item.

Allowing you to always mass action the latest post from that profile
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Hi Martin tested this function is awesome.

but i have a problem , this function is try to monitor someone have a new post then using our accounts to like it.
so if the first login checked monitor's account still no new post then stop the action and wait for next.t
o avoid any unnecessary login .

example.
If i set 50 accounts to monitor someone. if the first account checked the monitor's account didnt have new post.
then will stop the action and wait for next.
and now seems like 50 accounts will login then show it is oldest post then ignore the action.
it seems some risk here if always login.
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kasysv wrote: Wed Nov 17, 2021 2:48 pm Hi Martin tested this function is awesome.

but i have a problem , this function is try to monitor someone have a new post then using our accounts to like it.
so if the first login checked monitor's account still no new post then stop the action and wait for next.t
o avoid any unnecessary login .

example.
If i set 50 accounts to monitor someone. if the first account checked the monitor's account didnt have new post.
then will stop the action and wait for next.
and now seems like 50 accounts will login then show it is oldest post then ignore the action.
it seems some risk here if always login.
Sorry I don't think I understand what you are reporting.
example.
If i set 50 accounts to monitor someone.
In one action yes?
if the first account checked the monitor's account didnt have new post.
then will stop the action and wait for next.
The ACTION should stop, the REPEAT value should be used to RESCHEDULE the action when it will check again

That is what SHOULD happen.
and now seems like 50 accounts will login then show it is oldest post then ignore the action.
it seems some risk here if always login.
Are you saying, *ALL* the accounts within the MASS ACTION will check for a new post?

Or that an account LOGS IN then CHECKS?

The account should NOT login unless it does not have valid cookies, it should happen once. But I am not sure if you are saying this or not.


Can you explain please
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1. yes, monitor 1 account profile
2.i will give you a lot , if i set 50account to monitor ABC account. if the first account account checked ABC account dont have new post then stop wait for the next sechedule. but now the bot is going login 50account to check ABC account have new post or not, it should be when the first account checked the ABC account dont have new post it should be stop the action then wait for next instead of 50 account login to check
3.i am using masslike of monitor function. setting 50accounts to monitor ABC account.
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thanks for clarifying, checking now
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That isn't happening here, can you submit your logs showing this issue please

HELP > LOGS > SUBMIT

then send your logs ID - the numbers are sufficient (displayed after successful uploading of logs)




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