The end of the year is always a great time to export your data from your LinkedIn account. As LinkedIn says, ‘your data belongs to you and you can download an archive at any time.’
To find the Data Export tool and request an archive, follow these instructions:
Note: Steps work for both the old and new interface.
Since originally publishing this article and with so much positive feedback – I thought it would be helpful to include an infographic:
You’ll receive an email with a link to download your data archive in two installments.
Carla Deter is the founder of LinkedIn Profile Service Professional and Socially Your Virtual Assistant/Consultant, located in the Washington, DC area. Her ‘solutions, not services’ include supporting a full range of professional levels from C-Suite, small business, entrepreneurs, associations, attorneys, realtors, and busy executives with LinkedIn Profile Optimization and Audit Review, Executive Resume Reformation and all areas of Business Content Writing. She is a contributing writer for The Huffington Post as well as various other online media publications. She can be found on LinkedIn and Twitter: @FXVAcarlad Read more…
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