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The Global Tools – The Instagram Create Accounts Tool


It is common knowledge that Instagram has become increasingly strict over time, resulting in frequent email and phone verifications. This can occur daily or even lead to account deactivation, which is particularly disadvantageous for marketers who have invested significant time and money in growing their accounts.

This strictness can be triggered by various factors such as flagged proxies, aggressive settings, or poorly created accounts. If the issue is a flagged proxy, then trying different proxies from a reliable provider may solve the problem. Rectifying issues with settings is relatively straightforward, but if the problem stems from a poorly created account, it can be quite frustrating.

To avoid such issues, it is advisable to create the accounts yourself, although this may be time-consuming if done manually. However, using automation tools such as SU Social can make this process much easier.

What is IG Create Accounts tool?

This nifty tool enables you to create Instagram accounts automatically, it is a multi-tasking tool that will create the account, confirm the email, and add the account to Social Profiles.

To start, you need to go to Global Tools and look for the IG Create Accounts tool.  It has 2 tabs: Settings and Results tab.

Settings Tab:

1- Toggle the Stop/Start button to stop or start the operation.

2- You can use this option if you want X embedded browsers to run at the same time to create multiple accounts.

3- Use this option if you want the accounts to be created from the top of the list to the bottom instead of creating them in random order.

4- Use this option if you want the created accounts to be added to the SOCIAL PROFILES automatically.

5- Use this option to make a delay between the creation of the accounts.

6- Use this option to follow suggested users when creating the account.

7- You can use this option to create accounts using phone numbers instead of email addresses.

8- Use this option to skip the account creation process if Instagram shows a captcha verification.

9- Use this option if you want the account to be switched to PRIVATE after the creation.

10- Custom Username – you can specify spin syntax if you want custom username generation when adding new accounts.

11- Custom Fullname – you can specify spin syntax if you want custom full name generation when adding new accounts.

12- Custom Bio – you can specify spin syntax if you want custom Bio generation when adding new accounts.

13- You can add custom pictures to add in the account’s profile.

14- Use this option if you want the account that fails to be created (for any reason) to be retried.

  1. You can delete all the added accounts.
  2. You can export the accounts you added.
  3. Import Accounts – If you are looking into creating accounts in bulk, then you must create an import file.
  4. You may download the demo import file to get a sample of the acceptable format for the import.
  5. you can either create accounts one at a time by clicking the ‘ADD ACCOUNT’ button.
  6. Select how many accounts you want to add.

In the section below, you can find all the added accounts, from here you can assign proxies that have a specific tag name from the PROXY MANAGER, or you can add them manually under the column PROXY IP:PORT (You can add the proxy username under PROXY USERNAME column and password under PROXY PASSWORD).

Results tab

1 – Check this option if you want to add the created accounts as Scraper Accounts.

2 – You can specify a tag name for the accounts, and they will appear under that tag name in the SOCIAL PROFILES view.

3 – Use this option to add the accounts with stopped status.

4 – Use this option to automatically add the accounts in a specific destination list when adding them as social profiles. useful if you want to configure campaigns to post on the newly created accounts. does not work if you add the accounts as scraper accounts.

5 – Use this option if you want the accounts that are added as new social profiles to have the same profile and tool settings as a template account.

6 – Use this option if you want to enable the API Limits with the values you want when you add the created accounts as social profiles.

7 – Delete All – you can delete all the accounts from the results tab.

8 – EXPORT ALL – you can export the created accounts in a CSV file.

9 – You can click this option to send all the created accounts with “VALID” status to the SOCIAL PROFILES view.

10 – Use this option if you think that some of your created accounts were lost.

11 – Use this option if you want to force the profile data update on the accounts that have EmailConfirmationRequired status.

12 – Use this option to filter accounts by status.

How to create an Instagram account on SU Social?

There are two methods to create Instagram accounts in SU Social, you can either create accounts using email addresses or using virtual phone numbers.

Things you need to know to create a high-quality account(s):

Before you get started, you need to look for high-quality proxies which you will use when creating the accounts. This will help prevent the accounts from getting disabled due to multiple accounts under a single IP address.

If you have an existing proxy/proxies (in the Proxy Manager tab) that are unused on SU Social, you can click the “Assign Proxies” button so you could assign those free proxies to the accounts that you’re about to create.

Method 1: Using Email Addresses

The following is required when creating an account using Email addresses:

  • Email
  • Email Password (if you want the tool to automatically confirm the email after creation, then you need to add this information together with the Email Server)
  • Email Server
  • Proxy information (IP:PORT, ‘username and password’ if any)

To start creating accounts using email addresses, you need to add how many accounts you want to create, you can set how many accounts using the two options below:

1- Use this option to select how many accounts to add.

2- Click ADD ACCOUNT button to add the accounts.

Once you click ADD ACCOUNT button, the accounts will be added at the bottom view as you can see below. a username and password will be generated randomly for each account.

After that, you can add the email address, email password, and email server as you can see below. you can also assign or add the add proxies manually.

Now, you can start the creation process by using the toggle option below:

✅ In the process of creating an account, if you want to see the progress and also see if there are any errors, you will be able to spot which part is causing the problem and address it accordingly. You can click the ‘BROWSE EMBEDDED’ to open the embedded browser window.

Method 2: Using Virtual Phone Numbers

The following is required when creating an account using virtual phone numbers:

  • Proxy information (IP:PORT, ‘username and password’ if any)
  • Virtual Phone Verification Service (this can be activated from the Connectivity tab)

Now, before start adding the accounts to be created, you need to check the option below:

After adding the accounts, you can start adding the proxies, and start the tool.

Finally, from the Results tab, you will see that the account will have a Valid status and you may then click ‘Add Account in SU Social’ which will re-direct you to Social Profiles Account Settings tab where you can give a name to the account, add a tag and so on.


The article discusses Instagram’s increasing strictness, which can lead to frequent email and phone verifications, or account deactivation for marketers. The author suggests using the IG Create Accounts tool to create Instagram accounts automatically, which can save time and prevent the frustration of poorly created accounts. The article details the tool’s settings and results tabs and how to create high-quality accounts using email addresses or virtual phone numbers. With the use of the IG Create Accounts tool, marketers can create multiple Instagram accounts quickly and easily, while also avoiding potential issues that could arise from poorly created accounts.

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