Facebook Posts Like Automation

I have created an automation that is supposed to like the posts in my Facebook feed. I am using StudioX for this purpose.
I had tried two solutions:

  1. Click the like button then refresh the page. But my CEO doesn’t like this idea, he wants the robot to click the button then scroll down to the next button.
  2. So for this I used the check app state activity that will click the like button if it is visible, else it will use the page down button until the button is visible. This one works only for the first like button! I want it to keep clicking the specified number of times as I am using the repeat number of times activity too.
    Also in the check app state activity, when I indicate the like button, it says duplicates found, but still accepts it, probably the reason why it only clicks the first one.

So My question, how to remove the duplicates warning and then click all the like buttons in my feed?

Screen Shots:
Typing my number for Facebook account:

Typing the password and clicking the login button:

The repeat number of times activity:

The check app state activity, that contains click the like button if the button is visible or if not visible then page down button press activity, nested inside the repeat activity:

And at the end logging out and displaying a message box:

Please help!

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Did you found out the solution?

Sadly no, yours is the first reply in years :slight_smile:
I have moved on towards other things…

Here is one suggestion that you could try:
Instead of using “check app state” use try catch.
Liking in the try section and page down in the catch section.
You will need to end the workflow when something appears that is on the bottom of the page.