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Automation Interval

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by kidcrisco, May 2, 2017.

  1. kidcrisco

    kidcrisco Registered Member

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    Could somebody explain the automation interval or me on FollowLiker? I have 5 accounts loaded into one project, all liking and some following (using FLC method). I'm wondering if the automation interval is the time between each account, and then once it gets into each account it uses the specific like/follow delays to time those, or how exactly the automation setting works. Could somebody shed some light?
     
  2. Daddykins

    Daddykins Junior Member

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    Automation Interval is between each account. It doesn't really matter until you start managing accounts in bulk where FL is barely keeping up with completing tasks.

    Actual definition:

    Automation Interval” is the delay between tasks. There are many tasks throughout the day and this determines the delay between them.
     
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  3. colorme

    colorme Supreme Member

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    General-automation interval; is the time the program will wait until it starts all over again.
    Let's say you set up the above interval to 3-5 minutes (it could be 10-25 seconds or whatever you want).
    So, if you have Account ABC doing Follow-Unfollow-Comments, after it does the last task, the program will wait between 3-5 minutes, before it starts doing F/U/C.

    If you have several accounts, all accounts will not be doing the interval at the same time, since they will all have different intervals, especially between the time delay to follow, time delay to unfollow, and time delay for comments.

    Hope this helps.