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Jitter Click – How to Jitter Click? [Video Tutorial + Test Included]

Jitter Click is an advanced technique of clicking the mouse button to achieve high clicking speed. It involves a special type of clicking known as “Jitter Clicking” to get more than twice the click speed compared to usual clicking.

What is Jitter Clicking? Jitter Clicking is a clicking method where you click the mouse button at a very high speed to generate hand vibrations in a controlled way and transmit these vibrations to the finger, resulting in several mouse clicks within a few seconds.

How to Jitter Click and Aim?

If you want to learn how to jitter click, follow the steps below.

  1. First, learn to shake the forearm muscle to generate rapid vibrations in your hand.
  2. Make sure your wrist is as stiff as you can do to produce the ‘jitter’ effect.
  3. With a stiff wrist, the vibrations of your forearm will be transferred to your finger.
  4. As your finger starts vibrating, you can use it to burst numerous mouse clicks.

Following is a simple tutorial to learn how to jitter click and help you score more in Jitter Click Test.

Does it seem hard?

Actually, it is hard and needs a lot of practice to even start with jitter clicking leave aside mastering it.

But, with few tries, you will be able to do it. I would suggest you first practice with our jitter click test above without the mouse. Then, try to make your fingers vibrate. That’s it.

Once you figure out how to do it, then start practicing with your mouse.

Do not hold your mouse too tightly; otherwise, your hand will stop to ‘jitter.’ Instead, keep your mouse held below your hand and use your palm to move it around and aim.

And for those of you, who precisely want to know how to jitter click in Minecraft, you can do it by stiffening your forearm muscles, causing your index finger to vibrate faster. You will find that sweet spot where you can vibrate your finger and the mouse button altogether with practice.

The Jitter Click record for most clicks in 60 minutes is 1014 clicks

Avoid Physical Injuries Due to Jitter Clicking

As you now know that this technique involves putting excessive strain on your wrist. There are chances that you may get physical injuries while jitter clicking.

Avoid using this technique for longer than just a few seconds in one go. Always give your hand some rest after you’ve done the jitter click speed test.

Taking these precautions will help your hand to recover from the strain and avoid any permanent medical condition.

One of the most common problems ions may arise due to excessive jitter clicking is the Carpal Tunelling Syndrome. It is a medical complication in which the median nerve in the forearm gets compressed.

Though there is no direct proof that Jitter clicking can cause Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, it is always beneficial to take precautions.

Other Alternatives of Jitter Clicking

Although Jitter Clicking is the fastest clicking method, you can choose Drag Clicking or Butterfly Clicking considering the difficulty and physical strain involved.

The butterfly clicking technique is simpler and can even give you more clicks per second, depending on how skillfully you do it.

In this technique, you have to use a two-finger instead of just the index finger. Then, you can click the same button with two fingers alternatively and get twice the number of clicks compared to regular clicking. It works just like the ‘butterfly’ flutters its wings, hence the name!

Another alternative to Jitter Click is Drag Clicking. This takes advantage of the friction between the mouse button and the fingertip.

With Drag clicking, you can register more than 100 clicks in just a couple of seconds.

All you have to do is to drag your finger from the top of the arch of the mouse button and go towards the edge. The friction between the surface makes it button to register multiple clicks while you drag your finger.

But, keep in my mind that it is quite difficult to aim using the Drag clicking technique.

A little update for the community, many of you are asking us in the feedback section for the recommendation of the best jitter click mouse. We did the required research, and here it is what we found,

  • Logitech G303
  • Razer DeathAdder Elite
  • Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
📅 June 27, 2021

👤 Justin Dawson

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