Account Rotation is a unique feature that allows you to continue running your workflows even when your account reaches its daily limits or encounters issues with invalid cookies. It ensures that your jobs are not queued and enables uninterrupted workflow execution.
How it Works
With Account Rotation, the workflow automatically selects an available account to carry out the tasks until the workflow is completed. This eliminates the need to wait for your account's limits to reset before proceeding.
Activating the Feature
To activate Account Rotation, follow these steps:
- Make sure you have the "Owner" status on the user management page
- Go to the LinkedIn integration settings
- Look for the section dedicated to activating this feature:
- Toggle the switch to the "true" position, indicating that you want to activate the feature
By default, this feature will be enabled for all your workflows, except those specifically excluded from this list.
In the workflow configuration, you have the option to set Account Rotation to "false" for a specific workflow. This will allow you to manually select an account from your available options. Please note that this change only applies to the selected workflow:
When Account Rotation is activated, you will not be able to manually choose a specific account in your configuration. Instead, the system will automatically select the LinkedIn account with the most available limits for your tasks.
Disabling the Feature
To disable Account Rotation, you can directly disable it in the LinkedIn integration settings. However, keep in mind that this will disable the feature for all your workflows.
Choosing accounts to rotate
You cannot choose the accounts you want to rotate on the platform.
However, if you're using the API or Make, you can choose the account_uid you want to rotate directly in the body and choose the accounts on Make (see below).
What If I have multiple LinkedIn account myself?
In the case where you personally have several accounts, you can still rotate on them. When creating a user, we allocate one IP address to the user which doesn't relate to your own IP address. This way, if you have several accounts linked to several users, you'll be able to rotate on all of them securely as you won't have the same IP address for all of them.
We strongly advise you to create a Chrome session for each account for the extension to work separately on each account.
This feature is not available on specific automations because they usually require a specific account to work:
- Connect LinkedIn Profile
- Connect Sales Navigator Profile
- Message LinkedIn Profile
- Visit LinkedIn Recruiter People Profile
- Visit Sales Navigator People Profile
- Visit LinkedIn Profile
- Extract LinkedIn Connections
- Extract LinkedIn User Contact Info
- Search LinkedIn Recruiter
- Search LinkedIn Recruiter Lite
- Accept LinkedIn Received Invitations
- Extract LinkedIn Messages
You can also activate this feature via API.
On the "Launch Workflow" endpoint, you need to pass to "true" the following parameter: "account_rotation_enabled".
Note that you need to also pass more than 1account_uid in order for it to work.
Passing the account_uid allows you to choose the accounts you want to rotate on.
Use account rotation on Make (ex-Integromat)
To use this feature on Make, select the "Launch a workflow" module.
In the "Accounts", section, if the automation you are configuring is enabled with account rotation (see excluded automations above) you just need to set it to "Yes":
You can choose the account you want to rotate on by selecting more than one account.