LinkedIn Trick: You can now download and see all the posts you have made to LinkedIn. Here’s how.

You can request a download of your LinkedIn data from your Privacy & Settings page.

Important: You should only download your data from a personal computer and not a public computer.

To request a download of your data:

  1. Move your cursor over your profile photo at the top right of your homepage and select Privacy & Settings.
    • You may be prompted to sign in.
  2. Click the Account tab near the bottom of the page.
  3. Click Request an archive of your data under the Helpful Links section.

You’ll receive an email within 72 hours when your data archive is ready to be downloaded. If you receive this email but did not initiate the request, be sure to change your password.

The data that’s available to you includes:

Account information:
  • Registration information
  • Login history including IP records
  • Email address history and statuses
  • Account history including account closures and reopens
Other information:
  • Name information including the current name on your account and any previous name changes
  • A list of your 1st degree connections
  • Photos that have been uploaded to your account
  • Endorsements you’ve received
  • List of skills on your profile
  • Recommendations given and received
  • Group contributions
  • Your search history
  • Content you’ve posted, shared, liked, or commented on
  • Mobile apps you’ve installed
  • Ads you’ve clicked on
  • The targeting criteria LinkedIn uses to show you ads

Notes:

  • This archive only includes data on your own activity within LinkedIn. It doesn’t include LinkedIn’s data such as information in People You May Know and Who’s Viewed Your Profile.
  • If you’d like to see information that’s not listed above, please complete LinkedIn’s Data Consent form. Once you’ve completed the form, it will automatically be sent to us for review and you can save a copy for your reference.
  • For more information, you can review our Privacy Policy and Data Retention Policy.
  • For tips on using LinkedIn smartly and securely, visit our Safety Center.

Source: LinkedIn.com

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