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A workaround that I've used is to manually start each of the 4 autofollow schedules some minutes apart. Obviously a coded solution would be better.
Randomizing causes only one schedule to run per interval. So if you set them all to one hour only one person hour will run. Sent from my SCH-I545 using TapatalkThanks for your response, Jon. So, if that is the case, then why does the "Last Run" time update for all four schedules every hour within a few seconds of each other?Also, can you give us an idea of how checking the "Randomize schedules to appear more natural" box would affect the schedules if they had different intervals set? For example, what would happen if two of my schedules were set to an interval of one hour and the other two to three hours? What about if, in addition to these settings, I also had a number of pinning schedules set at different intervals and also a number of invite schedules also set to different intervals?
That makes perfect sense to me, Cobra, so I thank you for pointing it out. And I look forward to a comment from Jon to confirm/correct/elucidate, whichever is needed.
Only one of the tasks actually ran. The others are marked as ran so they won't try to run until the next time frame. That's what randomize schedules does -- just run one of the schedules each time.