How to use a PROXY in GoLOGIN

Published on 2023-03-12

GoLogin is a strong tool that makes it simple to manage numerous online accounts. Utilizing a proxy server in GoLogin is essential if you want to keep your online activities secret and secure.

Did you know that there are multiple ways to manage multiple online accounts? We've covered that in our blog post about How To Use A Proxy In Multilogin.


Step 1: Get a proxy and configure it

You must buy a proxy before you can use GoLogin. You can either use an IP authentication proxy or a proxy with a username and password.


Step 2: Open GoLogin

After you have set up the proxy, open GoLogin. If you haven't downloaded GoLogin yet, you can download it from the official website.


Step 3: Add a Proxy in GoLogin

Click on the "Add Proxy" button in the upper right corner of the GoLogin interface. Enter the proxy details, including the IP address, port number, username, and password if required.


Step 4: Create a Profile

Click on the "Add Profile" button and choose the website or application you want to use the profile for. Enter the login details for the website or application, then click on the "Next" button.


Step 5: Assign the Proxy to the Profile

In the next step, you'll be asked to assign the proxy to the profile. Select the proxy you just added from the "Proxy" dropdown menu. You can also configure other settings, such as user agent, browser fingerprint, and screen resolution.


Step 6: Save and Use the Profile

Click on the "Save" button to save the profile. You can then use the profile to log in to the website or application using the assigned proxy.

Congratulations! You have successfully set up a proxy in GoLogin. Your online activities are now tunneled through the proxy server, providing you with added privacy and security.


Final Thoughts

Using a proxy in GoLogin is a simple and effective way to manage multiple online accounts without getting blocked or flagged. We recommend using Premium ISP Proxies for managing multiple accounts online to avoid any restrictions that may occur.