For the comfortable environment of work with the stable parameters, the GoLogin system uses browser profiles, where each unit presents a separate identity online. It is a handy feature that comes in help to people working on several virtual traffic projects at once, allowing to reduce the time and resources.
In order to create browser profile, the user has to:
Open the menu to choose the “New profile” option, which comes first.
Name the future unit that serves as a separate space.
Select the OS that is going to represent the inner profile. It is highly recommended to use the same operational system as the native device’s one so as to avoid inconveniences.
Pick the browser the GoLogin should present on the web. Most popular choices – Mimic, based on Chrome, and Stealthfox, built on Firefox, are dependent only on personal preferences.
Fill in the information about “Proxy Host and Port”, (“Username” and “Password” – optional, for team use) of the next tab of profile. For convenience purposes, the data can be typed in one field like “IP/host:port:username:password” that will be divided automatically.
Then choose the option “Check Proxy”, launching HTTP or Socks server.
If the “Connection test passed” message is shown, then everything was entered and retracted correctly, including timezone, geolocation, WebRTC settings.
If one sees “Connection test failed” notification, then GoLogin has detected an error in the server, because of which the user should proceed to this page.
Click on the “Save” button to create a browser unit that will be identified as a separate device.
After this the settings and fingerprints of the emulated device are generated automatically, not requesting the manual setup. Of course, if one wants or needs to edit them, they can proceed to advanced settings, calibrating the results.
Confirming the changes with the “Save”, the user can now browse profiles they created from the main menu, able to switch them, edit or remove without any efforts.
For additional questions or solving the issue, feel free to contact the technical support team or join the community to discuss it with other users.
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