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Dribbble auto liker script

Dribbble auto like script is a way to easy growth hack your Dribbble portfolio.

I just read a great blog about how to grow your Dribbble audience which made me wonder how I can contribute to the article that’s already great.

These are some examples of what more can you do to expand your audience as a designer and build up your profile with likes.

Go outside the Dribbble

While this one is covered in the blog I would point it out as one of the important things to do.
One of the ways to showcase your work and attracts the designers is to follow them outside the Dribbble. Join Facebook groups with the same interest and showcase your work in those groups. Ask for comments and engage them there.

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Use the Dribbble autoliker script

This is just a quick help for the beginners. I would advise not to use this a lot and to respect the Dribbble’s terms of use and the awesome job that they are doing.

How to use the script:

  1. Go to Shots page
  2. Open one shot/project
  3. Open the Console pressing Ctrl + Shift + J (Windows / Linux) or Cmd + Opt + J (Mac) 
  4. Copy the code below and paste it into the Console tab 
  5. Press Enter and wait
// Dribbble: Auto Like
 // Updated: 2020-03-24
 // This script is made for demonstrative purposes only. 
 // Use at your own risk. 
 // Respect the Dribbble's policy and terms of use.
 function loop() {
   console.log('Script loading…please wait…');
   var Time1 = Math.ceil(Math.random() * 10) + 3;
   var Time2 = Math.ceil(Math.random() * 10) + 3;
   setTimeout(function() {
   if ( $('.shot-overlay #shots-like-button.current-user-likes').length>0) {
       console.log('Project already liked. Skipping…');
   } else {
       console.log('Like the project…');
       $('.shot-overlay #shots-like-button').click();   
   setTimeout(function() {
   if ($('li.shot-nav-next > a').length) {
           console.log('Loading next project…');
           $('li.shot-nav-next > a').click();       
   } else {
           console.log('Reload the page and run the script manually.!');
   }, Time1 * 1000);
   }, Time2 * 1000);

Hi you! If the code is working, leave a comment below. It means a lot to everyone.

Let me know if the script stops working for you, if you like it or if you have some ideas for new posts.

Enjoy the day!


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11 comments on “Dribbble auto liker script

Thans for the update ! do you think you can make a script for behance.net ?


Thanks for the request but it’s not possible to make such a script because Behance reloads the page every time you load a project. :/

Doesnt working error:
VM758:6 Uncaught ReferenceError: c35 is not defined
at e (:6:42)
at :6:137
at :6:293

Hi, sorry for waiting. It’s fixed now. 🙂

Thanks for fast response and fix.

Is there a way this can be used to unlike things on dribbble on the ‘LIKES’ page?

Hi Andreas,
I will work on that during the weekend. I will let you know when it’s finished.

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