Click the button on the popout and do the random bing searches. Optionally change the # of iterations and delay between searches.
A simple Chrome extension to rack up Bing searches. Open the popout and enter two fields (or use default values): number of iterations and delay between searches. Then click the button to start doing the Bing searches.
The point of this is to hit the daily limit for Bing searches to get Microsoft Reward Points. The default number of iterations is set to 30 so that it hits the daily limit. It's really annoying to do those searches manually unless you use bing.
It will repeatedly do Bing searches in your CURRENT TAB. If you switch tabs or close the tab, the searches stop. If you minimize Google Chrome, the searches stop. You can switch focus to another window and the searches will still run in the background.
Note: Make your Chrome window into mobile viewing in order to do the mobile searches on your computer as well. Press Ctrl+Shift+I to open up the dev tools and then Ctrl+Shift+M to toggle between the device viewer. Select a mobile device and then start the searches again.
There is also auto clicking answers on the quizzes and polls. The multi-option quiz options will only be clicked if you first click one manually. I need to figure out a workaround for that.
Pull Requests are welcome to add features. GitHub repo: https://github.com/mikeyaworski/Automated-Bing-Searches