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Proxy settings guide for FoxyProxy on Chrome and Firefox

FoxyProxy is an extension for the browser that allows you to set up a proxy server for Chrome or Firefox. This is much more convenient than installing additional programs on the device.

After setting up a proxy through FoxyProxy, you can connect several servers at once and switch between them while working. This feature will come in handy if you work with a large number of social media accounts.

Video tutorial for proxy configuration in Chrome and Firefox

How to set up a proxy in FoxyProxy on Chrome

  1. Open the browser and go to the Menu (click on the three dots in the upper right corner).
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  3. Hover over "More Tools" and open the "Extensions" tab.
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  5. Click on the three bars on the left.
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  7. Select the "Open Chrome Web Store" section.
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  9. In the Chrome store, in the search bar, type "FoxyProxy" and press Enter.
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  11. Select the first extension, then click on the "Add to Chrome" button
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  13. In the popped-up window, select "Add extension".
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  15. You have installed the extension, now let's move on to setting up a proxy. Click the FoxyProxy icon on the top bar and select "Options".
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  17. Go to the "Proxies" section.
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  19. Click on the "Add New Proxy" button.
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  21. In the "General" tab, type in any name for the proxy server.
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  23. Open the "Proxy Details" tab and check the "Manual Proxy Configuration" box.
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  25. Enter the IP address and port. Also, select the type of your proxy server.
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  27. Check the box next to "Save Login Credentials" and below enter the Username and Password (twice) for the proxy.
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  29. Click on the "Save" button.
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  31. Now click on the FoxyProxy icon and select the server you just added. Done!
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How to set up a proxy in FoxyProxy on Firefox

  1. Open the application and go to the browser's official website at the link: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/
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  3. Type "FroxyProxy" in the search bar, and press Enter.
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  5. Select the required extension.
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  7. Click on the "Add to Firefox" button.
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  9. In the popped-up window, click "Add".
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  11. On the bookmarks bar, click the extension icon and then the “Options” button.
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  13. Go to the "Add" section.
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  15. Here you can enter any task name (optional).
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  17. Enter all the proxy server details in the required fields.
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  19. Click on the "Save" button to apply changes, or "Save & Add Another" to save and add a new proxy.
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    You can also add a list of proxies at once. To do this:

  21. Go to the "Import Proxy List" section.
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  23. Enter proxy data in the format: IP:port:username:password. You can enter as many servers as you need. Then click on the "Import Settings" button.
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  25. Click the FoxyProxy icon on the taskbar and select the configured proxy. Done!
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Now you know how to set up a proxy in the FoxyProxy extension for Chrome and Firefox browsers!