We highly recommend you setup an automation schedule for Orca. Alternatively, you can open and quit Orca when you start and end your day, but if you're forgetful like me, it's best to setup a schedule so that Orca is not running 24/7 otherwise you risk getting your account flagged by Linkedin.
Running Orca 24/7 will get your Linkedin account restricted or worse, banned. Keep your account safe and setup a schedule to run no more than 8-10 hours a day.
Setting up a schedule for Orca is super easy. So let's begin.
Go to Automation Settings under Preferences. On the left side of the screen, you'll see the section titled Automation Scheduler.
If you're a light user or new to Linkedin, we recommend setting up an initial automation schedule that runs 3-4 hours a day for 2-3 of weeks. After the first month, gradually ramp up the schedule to 8-10 hours over the course of 3-4 weeks.
Now, if you're a heavy Linkedin user with a premium subscription or have used other Linkedin automation tools in the past, we recommend setting up an initial automation schedule that runs 4-6 hours a day before ramping it up to 8-10 hours.
You can set up your time preferences for each day of the week by selecting the day and start and end times from the drop down menus. When you are done, click on Add Hours to commit.
To remove a preference, simply select Remove next to the hours.