Hello automation nerds,
I’ve been a long time lurker and this is my first post
I’ve read a few topics over the past year where people request specific features from the Jarvee developers and have them implemented really quickly. I have two features that I will be requesting from the developers and would like your opinion. If you like my ideas, you can also send a request for the feature by linking them here so that they prioritize it’s implementation!
Randomize after max follows per day has been reached (basically once the warm-up phase is over).
Without this option enabled, Jarvee will follow 185-200 people per day (once warm-up phase is complete - based on the img). However with this option enabled, once the warm-up phase is over and max-follows has been reached, it will randomize it to your liking (100-200 based on img).
I understand that this can be achieved manually. I have many clients that are at different stages of the follow/unfollow cycle, it would be very time consuming to wait until they reach their max follows per day and then go in 1 by 1 on different dates to make changes in efforts to humanize the actions.
Auto-reset follow limits after action-block / temp-block (and when tool is no longer suspended)
Normally when a client receives any sort of block, the tool can be suspended anywhere between a couple of hours to a couple of days (and lately, a couple of weeks ). Depending on the type of block, you would then need to rest the account and restart the warm-up phase manually.
This can be very time consuming and take away from higher priority business matters, creativity and time from your personal life.
EDIT( added feature3 based on comments)
Maximum limiters (stops tool when numbers are reached - temp/perm)
Allows you to set maximum limits where the tool will stop working. If you don’t select start tool , the tool will automatically start as soon as it drops below set limiters. You can select start tool and set a time-frame(minutes) where the tool will start working again when the total follows drops below the set limiter variable.
This way you can be sure that you are not going over a speculated limit. It can also be great for testing limits!
Thanks in advance!