Migration from Multilogin 6 to Multilogin X
We know you're excited to move from Multilogin 6 to Multilogin X, our latest and most advanced platform. Good news! We are developing a migration tool to make the process as smooth as possible.
We can't wait to share with you a reliable migration tool, but quality takes time. Our current ETA is Q4 of 2023, so we won't leave you hanging for too long.
A sneak peek into the process
So, how's the migration tool going to work its magic?
- Profile migration: the tool will focus on migrating your profiles from Multilogin 6 to Multilogin X — this ensures that your hard work and configurations are retained
- No overwriting: the tool will not overwrite your existing profiles in Multilogin X, they will stay in your account
- Test drive: after migration, you'll have the opportunity to test your profiles in Multilogin X — if anything goes wrong, you can go back to working in Multilogin 6 until we sort things out
Take advantage of both apps
If you have an active Multilogin 6 plan, you're in for a treat. Use the same email to register in Multilogin X and get the same subscription for free! This way, you'll use it in both systems, but pay only for one. Pretty neat, if you ask us 😎
Once you log in, your paid Multilogin 6 plan will become available in Multilogin X. You might need to wait for a minute or two and refresh the page. For example, if you have a Team plan in Multilogin 6, you will automatically get a Team plan in Multilogin X with another set of plan limits.
Don't overthink: we did it for you. You can run both Multilogin 6 and Multilogin X on the same device — it's completely safe. Feel free to keep using Multilogin 6 for your current tasks and try out Multilogin X for new projects.
And before you ask: you can use Multilogin X together with its browser profiles on any browser. For example, you can launch a Multilogin X Mimic or Stealthfox browser profile on Safari, and it will not cause any fingerprint inconsistencies or data leaks.