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Browser addon to use and shift between multiple private proxies?

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  1. nabeelshams

    nabeelshams Power Member

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    Is there any chrome or firefox extension that can do this? I am managing A Tumblr network of 40+ accounts manually and logging in and out of all of them one by one to post links is not a good idea. I am looking for a browser extension that would add my private proxies to it and will allow me to shift from one to another while using different accounts.

    Most of the proxy extensions use their own proxies. Any help in this regard will be appreciated. Any other relevant idea or option is also welcome.
     
  2. andrealucarelli3

    andrealucarelli3 Newbie

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    Hire a programmer to do this for you
     
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  3. redarrow

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    Firefox i use to do that for free
     
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    laur.laurix Power Member

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    A paid VPN will do the trick for u.
     
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  5. noobfriendly

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    Have you tried FoxyProxy addon for Firefox?
     
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  6. nabeelshams

    nabeelshams Power Member

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    Seems to be the solution to my problem. Will test and let u guys know.
     
  7. punkinhead

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    Foxyproxy will do the basic proxy switching you're describing, but with 40+ accounts, you've got some inevitable human errors down the road, and doing multi accounts right is more complex than just juggling the proxies.

    Paid solution, but essentially, for the questions you've asked (and a dozen others you haven't thought to ask and would take you weeks to research), the one-stop solution for what you need is this:

    https://multiloginapp.com/

    I'm not affiliated, but it's what I'd use in your shoes if it was worth any money at all to make sure it's done right. Whether it's worth it just depends on how invested you are in making sure these accounts are handled correctly and kept separate, not fingerprinted as coming from a single source, etc.

    You could also do 3/4 of what it does for free by stringing together a chain of extensions, but keeping that chain straight and distinct for 40 accounts strikes me as a losing battle.
     
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  8. Omirag

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    I am one of developers of MultiLoginApp, mentioned here before. Shall you have any questions about it, please kindly let me know. This tool will suit your requirement ideally. I know because its development has started from a simple question: "how we can save time spent on re-logins between multiple social media accounts?" Now the tool offers much more that just quick logins and relogins.
     
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    firefox -> settings -> extensions ->foxyproxy addon