Jarvee Adding Intervals


#1

What is the point for adding intervals to your tool settings? Isn’t it counter productive because you would form a pattern in which you place your actions in?


#2

Either youre very new or trolling


#3

Okay let me rephrase: What are the point of intervals?


#4

Mostly to add randomness to the tool for it to mimic random human behaviour

Can you give an example of intervals you’re referring to specifically?


#5

For example: If I have 3 intervals, throughout a 12 hour period with each of them being 3 hours with 1 hour gap between, then the intervals seems spaced apart enough to mimic human interaction.

BUT lets say I set my intervals for my Like(L), Story Viewer(SV), and Follow(F) as so:

(L) 7:30 - 7:50
(SV) 7:50 - 8:10
(L) 8:10 - 8:30
(F) 8:30 - 9:45
(SV) 9:45 - 10:00
(L) 10:00 - 10:30
(F) 10:30 - 1:15
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.
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Wouldn’t IG flag this account because I’m forming a pattern?

So I came to the conclusion that a few intervals is good, but many intervals are bad. My question is, what is the best way to use the interval option, so that it mimics human behavior?


#6

Hi.

Well. Intervals are created for make randomness to your patterns. Is the contrary of what you are thinking about. Use as much delays as you can and wide ranges.

For instance: use 30-60 minutes per operation + 1-10 action per operation. That’s insane randomness. You will do 2 actions, then 35 minutes after you’ll do another 4 actions then 60 minutes after you’ll do 1-10 actions, etc. Is the best way to mimic human behavior.

I hope this helps you.

David


#7

Thanks for your response! If you do this, wont you form a pattern such as: Like, View Story, Like, Follow, View Story, Like, Follow because the order of your intervals dont change


#8

Hello.

No if you make them as random as possible. Also, you can run 12h for instance a day without issue. And that’s the way we use Instagram. Follow, unfollow, like, story viewer. Etc.

Also, let me tell you something. IMO, sometimes Instagram just doesn’t care. Nobody really knows which is the parameter of Instagram to block a botting account’s actions or what. Almost nobody will ever follow, unfollow, like, etc 200-1000 people per day every day for always. Is obvious you are using an automation software and they know it. But simply don’t care (in most of the cases and until now, maybe this will change in the future) As I’ve said this is what I think about it. I’m not saying this is 100% true. So stop overthinking, trust me: botting is easier than you think. Is just get harder when you make it in bulk.

David.