ZeroWork is probably the safest bot automation on the market. This is because your TaskBot is run from your computer with the help of an agent, this means that the location, IP address and device used by the TaskBot remain the same, and hence there is no way to identify TaskBot as not you. Also, all TaskBots are enabled to contain daily DM limits, profile view limits, message content spintax (by using spintax, you make every sent DM to be slightly different) and randomized delays (this means that the TaskBot waits a random amount of time between steps to mimic human behavior). All published TaskBots go through a review process by the ZeroWork team, and we check whether the TaskBot contains appropriate delay times, randomization of delay times, DM limits, etc.
You only need to follow the recommendations in each TaskBot when it comes to the limits. For example, on Facebook it is recommended that you do not send more than 30-50 DMs per day and in case your account is brand new then even less.
Yes, your data is totally private. Your run data is processed on your computer and is not stored in any other location. The data that is saved to the data table as well as the workflow settings (such as DM message, etc.) belongs only to you. We do not share it with anyone, and even the TaskBot creator has no access to it. The TaskBot creator will only have access to your error reports to be able to perform support for you.
You can cancel at any time. You'll continue to have access for the remaining time of your billing period.
Yes, but you won't be charged if you cancel before your trial time ends.
No, TaskBots run in the background. This means you can continue with your work undisturbed while the TaskBots are running in the background. The only limitation is that your computer has to be turned on for the time of the run. Note: You do have an option to show the TaskBot while it runs, if you want to see what it is doing.
Yes. First, before you run a TaskBot, you will need to link it to your social media account (this is done by copying and pasting your cookie session, which takes just two clicks to accomplish). After that, you can change the account that the TaskBot is linked to a different one as often as you want. What you cannot do at the moment is use the same TaskBot for multiple social media profiles in parallel at the same time.
Yes, you can. However, since the TaskBot uses your computer resources to run, it does depend on how new your computer is and its capacities. Usually, you can run 3-4 TaskBots at the same time without problems. If you run 10-20 TaskBots at the same time, you need to make sure that your computer can handle it. TaskBots that scrape data eat up most resources, TaskBots that only do outreach are much lighter.
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