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IT SEEMS HOWEVER THAT THEY ARE REFERING TO V2
Thanks for reaching out.
There are three ways in which the token can be used, please read this info:
The first one is to make a POST request to the URL in the form's action attribute with the token set as the value of the textarea field whose id is g-recaptcha-response. The other fields can be filled as you desire. This is the recommended method to consume the token given that it does not require browser emulation nor DOM manipulation.
Put the token as the inner html of the element with id "g-recaptcha-response".
Submit the form or complete the action that requires the recaptcha to be solved.
sometimes is not enough only submitting the form to solve the recaptcha, on these cases we need to copy the result token from the API into the g-recaptcha-response element, being careful to only coping the exact result token and avoid using spaces and other characters such as quotes or double quotes. After we copy the result token into the element we need to activate the widget event to the captcha be marked as solved.
Each site have a unique way to implement the recaptcha, its recommended to do the process for a new site manually before try to automate it, after we are sure all steps to solve the recaptcha we can use our tools to automate the process. We take into consideration that sometimes the submit form activates the recaptcha, sometimes we don't have a submit form or in other cases is the callback of the captcha that activates the event to access the resources.
Note: methods 2 and 3 should only be used for testing purposes as they are far slower and more resource intensive than the first one.
Hope this has been helpful. If you need a hand with anything else please let us know.