Automatic data update

Dolphin automatically updates data for accounts, campaigns, adsets, and ads.
In order for the data to be loaded automatically, it is necessary to set the appropriate interval for this action. This can be done in Settings in the Ads Manager 2.0 interface. You must enable the "Update account data" function and set the required value. To set the appropriate values ​​for updating accounts with mobile proxies, you need the number of the maximum number of accounts on 1 mobile proxy, (for example, if you have 2 mobile proxies, on one 15 accounts, on the second 30, you take the number 30) and calculate 1.5 * ( number of accounts)

For example, if you have 15 accounts added per 1 mobile proxy, then the acceptable interval would be 1.5 * 30 = 45 That is, 45 minutes.

What happens if I set the intervals less than the recommended above? It's very simple, Dolphin will not have time to load correct data, while loading your proxies. Let's now be more substantive. You have added 20 accounts, the update interval is 10 minutes. After this time, the process of uploading new data begins, but Dolphin, for certain reasons (the delay in changing the IP set by the seller, or the long processing of the request by the server of the seller) takes about 1 minute to update 1 account. Accordingly, after 10 minutes, Dolphin manages to update only 10 accounts and starts the update process again, starting from the first account, while simultaneously updating the data on the remaining ones from the previous update. This is how the proxies and Dolphin itself are loaded. That is why we recommend setting the intervals in accordance with the rule described above.

Server proxies are devoid of such problems, since they do not need to change IP and, which is logical, do not require waiting for a pause between requests to change them.

If you want an account not to be automatically updated, you need to put the "no-update" tag on it.

One of the important points is the priority of completing tasks. Interface queries (manual) ALWAYS take precedence over automatic updates. If an automatic update is being performed at the moment, but you need to perform some action (create an FP or bind a pixel), then this action will be performed first, and the update will be interrupted until the completion of your task. AutoFill also has priority over data updates. Accordingly, when starting AutoFill, the consequences will be the same as in the case of manual requests from the interface, or, to be more precise, the filling will end first, and only after that the data update will resume.