A Template is a sample profile which you can use to create Quick or New Profiles (Quick Profile -> Template or New Profile) with pre-set parameters. Tags, proxies, extensions, profile icon, etc. can be added to the template, and they will be used when creating new profiles from a template.
All profile parameters, except the OS, can be edited later, after a profile from a template has been created.
Templates are available for all subscription tiers, starting with Base and above. If a template is set to “active” by any team member, it cannot be deleted. Before deleting a template, it must be deactivated.
Creating a template
To create a template, go to the Templates section and click Create Template.
In the “Basic” tab, you must provide the name of the template. You can also add a profile name, starting pages, bookmarks, change the profile icon, select an operating system, and add tags or tag combinations.
In the “General” tab, you can set a static user-agent (we recommend using the default user-agent), set the fonts and the screen resoultion by clicking on the Randomize button next to the corresponding fields (and thereby fixing the parameter value), or you can leave random default values.
In this tab you can also select the language, timezone, and geolocation settings that will be used for this template.
In the “Hardware” tab, you can set the number of processor cores, the amount of RAM, the GPU model, and the number of media devices either randomly or statically. Enabling or disabling hardware noise is also a template option. When creating profiles from a template, the noise will be different for each profile.
On the “Connection” tab you can change the type of your connection. The default value (no proxy) will use your real IP address or the VPN IP address. You can specify a proxy from the Proxy Manager list or add a temporary proxy (without saving it to the Proxy Manager list). Here you can find a list of supported proxies.
WebRTC allows you to select the spoofed WebRTC value either Based on external IP address (proxy or direct connection / VPN), or using a real one (your direct connection). By default, Based on IP option automatically replaces the IP address value with the external IP address of the proxy each time the affected profile is launched.
DNS is the IP address of the DNS server. By default (if the value is empty), the proxy / VPN DNS server will be used.
Storages settings section
- Cookies enables saving Cookies and Session Storage.
- Passwords enables saving passwords.
- Extensions enables saving extensions in the profile.
- Local Storage enables saving Local Storage and IndexedDB data.
- History enables saving browser history data.
- Bookmarks enables saving browser bookmarks.
- Service Workers is where some sites store their pages cache for offline work or other information.
Adding extensions to the template
In order for the extensions you need to appear in the Template preset field, you need to install these extensions first in any profile through the Chrome Web Store (before launching a profile to install extensions, make sure that saving extensions is enabled in the profile Settings -> Storages -> Extensions).
Extensions will become available for adding to a template.
Changing a template
To edit a template, you need to click on the vertical ellipsis to the right of a template and select "Edit". You can change all settings, except the selected OS.
Deleting a template
To delete a template, click on the vertical ellipsis to the right of a template and select Delete. You can also delete templates in bulk.
To activate a template, you need to enable it (set to Active) on the Templates tab. After that, go to the main page with profiles. You can create a new profile using a template by clicking either Create Profile or Quick Profile ->Template.
The refresh icon (two arrows in a circle) in the upper right corner allow you to refresh the list of templates.
The template list contains the following information about available templates: template title and icon, OS, fixed (manually preset) values, proxy, tags, active status (switch between active and inactive), and actions (edit or delete).