ParseHub is a tool for scraping public data from websites. It allows users to turn any site into a spreadsheet or API.

To integrate Parsehub with Oxylabs Residential Proxies, follow the steps below or watch this video tutorial:

Step 1. Visit the Oxylabs dashboard and add your IP address to the whitelist under Residential Proxies > Whitelist. If you still need to create your user, do that in the Residential Proxies > Users section. You may need your user credentials for authentication in ParseHub later on.

Step 2. Download ParseHub and install it.

Step 3. Launch ParseHub.

Step 4. Create a new project from your home screen by clicking the + New Project button.

Step 5. Insert a URL from which you would like to scrape public data. In this example, we'll use Then, press Start project on this URL.

Step 6. Wait for the project to be ready and switch to the Browse mode.

Step 7. Once the Browse slider is green, open the drop-down list on the top-right side and click on Preferences.

Step 8. Select Advanced, click on the Network tab and choose Settings.

Step 9. Select Manual proxy configuration, and insert the following details:


Port: 7777

You can also use random or sticky country-specific entries. For example, if you enter under HTTP Proxy and 10000 under Port, you’ll acquire a US exit node. If you enter 10001 under Port, you’ll receive the US exit node with a sticky session. You can find a complete list of country-specific random proxy entry nodes here and a list of sticky proxy entry nodes - here.

Then, click OK to save the settings.

That's it! You've successfully integrated Oxylabs proxies with ParseHub. To ensure it's working properly, check your IP address on a database such as

Find the original ParseHub integration blog post here.

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