In this tutorial, I'll show you how you can auto accept Facebook requests and gift back to your friends. If you're like me and get hundreds of Facebook requests each day - this will be a life saver. You'll be able to focus on playing the Facebook games - and let GiftAuto handle the rest.
Step 1 Visit the following site below :
Step 2 Click on the green "Download Now" button.
Step 3 Select "Save" and then "Desktop" and then click "Save" again.
Step 4 Locate the blue gift icon on your Desktop screen and double click it.
You should now see the main option screen. Simply put a 'checkmark' beside the games and gift types you want GiftAuto to accept requests on. When you're ready to go, click on the "Start" button (on the GiftAuto menubar) - and GiftAuto will load up the Facebook requests page and start accepting the requests.
If you want to "Gift Back" to your friends, you must select "Send a thank you gift" in the game(s) section - otherwise it will ignore the gift back button and just accept the requests.
At the bottom of the GiftAuto window, you will see 4 tabs. The first 3 tabs are all filled with different games GiftAuto currently supports. The 4th tab is the "Advanced Options" tab. You should only adjust those settings if your having any issues - otherwise leave everything at the default setting in that section.
- If you receive more than 200 facebook requests per day - you may want to go to the "Advanced Options" tab and adjust the "Recheck for Facebook requests" option. That option defaults to "2" - which will accept 200 requests and then stop. You will need to adjust that setting accordingly.
- GiftAuto is SHAREWARE. You can try out 100 requests for free, and it's a $10 a year subscription after that.
- If you would like to see GiftAuto in action, watch the following video:
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