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StumbleUpon is a great place to discover interesting things randomly online. Once found an awesome page, you can share it to all your friends just with a few clicks. The thing is that your inbox is usually flooded by many shares and in order to discover new things, you have to wade across them. Some of them are great content from real stumblers, but many are crap shares from spammers. In this post, I tell you a small trick to free your StumbleUpon inbox from these shares.

First, download AutoMouseClicker and run it. It’s a portable utility and was designed to automatically click on a specific position on the screen certain times.

Second, click on the button Locate, then move your mouse onto the Stumble button on the toolbar and click on it. The utility will automatically get the mouse position.


Then, fill in the Click Interval in ms textbox the period you want the utility to wait between two clicks. It’s should be about 10s to 30s and it’s the time your browser is loading the page. You can disable JavaScript, flash and image to save the bandwidth and reduce the loading time.

Next, click on the Click checkbox and fill the times to click. It is the number of messages shown on your toolbar.


Finally, click on the START button and leave your computer automatically clicking. Meanwhile, you can go out for a drink or do something else. After that, you just come back and start discovering new things as usual.

If you don’t want to miss some important shares from your friends, you can see them in Recent Share page. All the items are easy to scan and you can figure out the important shares from your friends without any effort and much easier than just wading across shared pages.


This is a guest post written by Phao Loo, he is a very enthusiastic social media enthusiast, who shares quality content on a regular basis follow him on Twitter @Phaoloo or send him a friend request on StumbleUpon

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