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Welcome to the JARVEE Overview tutorial. I will guide you through all the different sections of the software and tell you what each does so you have a general idea of what JARVEE can do for you.
After you install and login to the software the first screen you will see is the “Dashboard” and more specifically the “Summary” tab. After you add accounts to JARVEE and they start working you will see here everything that is done for each account.
You also have a tab with “Statistics” where you can see a graph of your account’s evolution in time.
The next tab is “What’s new” where you will see the change log of the software. As it is updated quite often, even twice a week, you will see here all the new features and bug fixes that we do for you.
The net tab “Contact Support” will allow you to get in touch with us should you have any problems.
And lastly, the “Notifications” tab is where JARVEE will send you notifications concerning your accounts and campaigns like running out of posts, running out of sources, invalid accounts and so on.
We’ve finished with the first main section of the software, the Dashboard, we’ll now talk about the rest of the main sections one by one.
The Social Profiles section
This is where you will add the social media accounts that you will be using with JARVEE. Just click the “Add Profile” button to start this process.
As you can see we currently support the following platforms: Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Quora, Youtube, and Email.
All account types are treated almost the same, some will have extra features and tools that are specific to that account type but most of the tools are quite similar.
The Tools section
Here you will see the available tools for each account. As you add different types of accounts for different social platforms, you will notice the variety of tools available at your disposal.
Each tool for each account runs independently so you can set different tools to run for each account. For instance, you can set an Instagram account to run the Follow, Unfollow, Like and Comment tools at the same time to generate engagement for your account. The automated actions mimic actions that you would normally do on your account.
If you click on an account name here, you will see all the tools available for that particular account. Let’s say you click on a Facebook account you see the tools available for the Facebook platform.
At the moment they are as follows: Finder, Joiner, Notification Off, Account Actions, Accept, Invite, Contact, Backup, Bump, Comment&Like, Delete Posts, Cover Photo, Birthday and Unfriend, Like Comments, Full Browser Exp (experience), Support Inbox, Delete Comments and Accept Group Invites.
The Settings section
This section pertains to the setting of JARVEE. As you can see they, are divided into several tabs that explain more what kind of settings you can find on each tab.
You have: Software Settings, Embedded Browser (this is the internal browser used to automate the actions JARVEE does), Social Platforms, Connectivity, Error/Backup, Email Notifications, Actions and Security tab.
You can easily go through the settings as most are self-explanatory. If you need additional information or guidance about any of them, you may contact our Support Team.
The Proxy Manager section
If you add multiple accounts to JARVEE, you will definitely need to use proxies for some of them so you don’t leave footprints. Once you start adding proxies they will show up here and you can easily manage them, see which account is assigned to which proxy and some other useful information.
The My Account section
You will find details about your account here, what license you’re on, how much time you have left for your license, whether you have an active subscription or not.
If you don’t have an active subscription you will also be able to create a new subscription so you make sure your JARVEE license will renew monthly.
The Destination Lists section
The destination lists are designed to be used in conjunction with the campaigns. The idea is simple, you create destination lists that contain specific accounts where you want to post. Then create a campaign where you specify a destination list so it will know where to post.
A destination list can contain any number of destinations on any number of accounts. For example, you can have a destination list to group your Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Linkedin walls as well as Facebook Page. You will then use this destination list to post with a campaign on all of the above.
The Campaigns section
Here is the place where you will schedule all the posting done on your accounts, be it on walls, boards, groups or pages
If you click the “Add Campaign” button you will start the process of creating a new campaign. As you can see there are 3 types of campaigns: Standard, Volume and Schedules. Each one is designed to be used in specific cases.
You will learn more about the difference between them when we create a campaign, for now, let’s just choose a Standard Campaign and see how it looks inside.
As you can see it has multiple tabs:
- Overview – where you will name the campaign and choose the main settings for that campaign
- What To Publish – this is where you will add the posts that will be scheduled to be published on your accounts. As you can see you have multiple ways of adding a post: adding them directly, in bulk, by scraping them from Twitter, Pinterest or Facebook, RSS, Flickr or by monitoring a folder on your computer, you can also create clickable image posts and share posts. All added posts are sent to the Post List.
- Where to publish – this is where you will choose one or more of the destination lists you created
- When to publish – here you specify the time when your posts will be published. You can add exact times, you can randomize them each day, you can choose to post only on certain days of the weeks and you have a lot more options that will allow you to be either exact or totally random as a human would be.
- Drafts – you can send posts that are not ready for publishing here, you can work on them some more then send them to the Post list.
- Post List – this is the list of all the posts that you created and are waiting to be published on your destinations. JARVEE will publish them in order unless you specify you want it random. As you can see you have a lot of publishing options here as well.
- History – this is the place where JARVEE will more posts that are published. You will be able to see details of when they were published and if it was successful or not along with direct links to the published posts.
This concludes our overview of the JARVEE interface. As you can see there are quite a lot of sections but don’t worry you will learn them really quick as they are intuitive and mostly self-explanatory.