When sharing lots of items, every so often a CAPTCHA appears, which is meant to verify that you are a human and not a bot. When this happens, if you have the "Captcha Alarm" setting turned on, then a "ding" sound will play. If you prefer to solve CAPTCHAs yourself, then the "ding" sound will let you know when you need to solve the CAPTCHA.
If you prefer having CAPTCHAs solved automatically for you, then scroll down to the "2Captcha Integration" section below for instructions on how to set this up.
"Edit and Share" was popularized by the 30 Minute Method (30MM). According to this method, if you open up your items and "edit" them (no changes are actually needed), then save them in your closet, this will 1) share your items, and 2) bump them to the top of the brand pages that it is listed on
2Captcha is a separate company with a service that automatically solves CAPTCHAs.
To have CAPTCHAs automatically solved when you use ClosetPilot, you have to sign up for an account at 2Captcha and add funds to your account there. The current rate is $3 per 1000 CAPTCHAs solved - if you add $10 to your account it should last you a long time. After you sign up, in your 2Captcha dashboard there will be your API key. Copy that key and paste it into the "2Captcha API 🔑" field in the ⚙️ tab. This will allow ClosetPilot to automatically solve CAPTCHAs.
It typically takes less than 2 minutes or less for the CAPTCHA to be solved. Once the CAPTCHA is solved, ClosetPilot will continue doing what it was doing before the CAPTCHA popped up.
In the ⚙️ tab, there a setting called "Daily Sharing Limit". This lets you set a maximum number of shares that ClosetPilot does in a calendar day. If you set a limit, then ClosetPilot will alert you (and stop running) when you hit this limit, preventing over-sharing.
If you share too much, Poshmark might Soft Ban you or put you in Share Jail. How much is too much sharing? We've found that if you share 3000-4000 times per day you are generally safe, although your mileage may vary. We suggest starting off sharing conservatively, and slowly ramping up shares to find out what works best for you.