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Linked Booster allows users to import details of 1st-connection into the dashboard, manage with custom tags/notes, automatically collect contact information and extract with one click. Please follow this instruction:

  • Step 1:

    Open your dashboard. You’ll see the item “Connections” at the right side bar. Click to open page Connections.

  • Step 2:

    Click button “Sync” and wait until sync process finishes.

  • Step 3:

    After a successful sync, the last sync will show the correct time. Nearly all 1st connections are saved to Connections page

  • Step 4:

    You can use “Auto-visit” feature to collect contact info of a series of profiles then donwload as CSV file (see detailed instructions here)

  • Step 5:

    You can use the search filter to search for the desired profile and add/edit/remove custom tag of that profile. Reveal: We’ll be rolling out add/edit/remove tag feature for multiple profiles soon.

Watch video:

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Auto connect

What does this mean?

LinkedIn calculates your people search usage based on your overall activity on LinkedIn from the first of every calendar month. If you are visiting people who are not your 1st-degree connections, it alerts LinkedIn that you are using it for recruitment or lead generation purposes.

After you hit your commercial use limit, you can only view the first three profiles in your search, the rest will be blurred out and not accessible.

What count toward your commercial use limit?

  1. When you search for LinkedIn profiles (your 2nd and 3d-degree connections) using filters and keywords
  2. It also applies when you are searching for employees of a specific company
  3. When you view profiles “People Also Viewed” on the right side of the page.

What does not count toward your limit?

  1. When you search and visit your 1st-degree connections from your connections page.
  2. When you are looking for a specific person and type their name in the search.
  3. Search for a job on the “Jobs” page.

    So that, the auto-snatch feature was launch to help you save search results forever.

After you have search results on LinkedIn, you should snatch results to the dashboard. Although you hit your commercial use limit, you still have data on the dashboard to proceed with your work.

How should we use the auto-connect feature to safe our LinkedIn account?

As you know, we have 2 ways to use the auto-connect feature:

1st way: Auto-connect directly from search result page on LinkedIn

2nd way: Auto-connect from dashboard

Follow this link about auto-connect feature manual ( https://linkedbooster.app/ufaqs/how-to-connect-with-people-on-linkedin-by-using-linked-booster/ )

However, we encourage users to choose the 2nd way to safe your LinkedIn account.

Knowing that the time our customers spent on LinkedIn is increasing, Linked Booster brings to our customers an interesting feature called “Dark theme”. This feature will strongly protect your eyes from long periods of time in contact with your computer screen. Please let us know about review about the dark theme with Linked Booster by comment on our post, now to switch the interface please follow steps below:

1. Install Linked Booster extension from Chrome Web Store here:

2. After the installation has completed, To switch the interface please select Custom style in the Pop-up. (as shown in the below image)

Pop up Dark theme
Choose your favorite theme

Another way to switch to Dark theme is faster and more convenient: right-click, choose Linked Booster, select your favorite dark theme. (Picture below)

Context menu
Choose your favorite theme
Lead Lists Building

What does this mean?

LinkedIn calculates your people search usage based on your overall activity on LinkedIn from the first of every calendar month. If you are visiting people who are not your 1st-degree connections, it alerts LinkedIn that you are using it for recruitment or lead generation purposes.

After you hit your commercial use limit, you can only view the first three profiles in your search, the rest will be blurred out and not accessible.

What count toward your commercial use limit?

  1. When you search for LinkedIn profiles (your 2nd and 3d-degree connections) using filters and keywords
  2. It also applies when you are searching for employees of a specific company
  3. When you view profiles “People Also Viewed” on the right side of the page.

What does not count toward your limit?

  1. When you search and visit your 1st-degree connections from your connections page.
  2. When you are looking for a specific person and type their name in the search.
  3. Search for a job on the “Jobs” page.

    So that, the auto-snatch feature was launch to help you save search results forever.

After you have search results on LinkedIn, you should snatch results to the dashboard. Although you hit your commercial use limit, you still have data on the dashboard to proceed with your work.

How should we use the auto-connect feature to safe our LinkedIn account?

As you know, we have 2 ways to use the auto-connect feature:

1st way: Auto-connect directly from search result page on LinkedIn

2nd way: Auto-connect from dashboard

Follow this link about auto-connect feature manual ( https://linkedbooster.app/ufaqs/how-to-connect-with-people-on-linkedin-by-using-linked-booster/ )

However, we encourage users to choose the 2nd way to safe your LinkedIn account.

Knowing that the time our customers spent on LinkedIn is increasing, Linked Booster brings to our customers an interesting feature called “Dark theme”. This feature will strongly protect your eyes from long periods of time in contact with your computer screen. Please let us know about review about the dark theme with Linked Booster by comment on our post, now to switch the interface please follow steps below:

1. Install Linked Booster extension from Chrome Web Store here:

2. After the installation has completed, To switch the interface please select Custom style in the Pop-up. (as shown in the below image)

Pop up Dark theme
Choose your favorite theme

Another way to switch to Dark theme is faster and more convenient: right-click, choose Linked Booster, select your favorite dark theme. (Picture below)

Context menu
Choose your favorite theme
Dashboard

What does this mean?

LinkedIn calculates your people search usage based on your overall activity on LinkedIn from the first of every calendar month. If you are visiting people who are not your 1st-degree connections, it alerts LinkedIn that you are using it for recruitment or lead generation purposes.

After you hit your commercial use limit, you can only view the first three profiles in your search, the rest will be blurred out and not accessible.

What count toward your commercial use limit?

  1. When you search for LinkedIn profiles (your 2nd and 3d-degree connections) using filters and keywords
  2. It also applies when you are searching for employees of a specific company
  3. When you view profiles “People Also Viewed” on the right side of the page.

What does not count toward your limit?

  1. When you search and visit your 1st-degree connections from your connections page.
  2. When you are looking for a specific person and type their name in the search.
  3. Search for a job on the “Jobs” page.

    So that, the auto-snatch feature was launch to help you save search results forever.

After you have search results on LinkedIn, you should snatch results to the dashboard. Although you hit your commercial use limit, you still have data on the dashboard to proceed with your work.

How should we use the auto-connect feature to safe our LinkedIn account?

As you know, we have 2 ways to use the auto-connect feature:

1st way: Auto-connect directly from search result page on LinkedIn

2nd way: Auto-connect from dashboard

Follow this link about auto-connect feature manual ( https://linkedbooster.app/ufaqs/how-to-connect-with-people-on-linkedin-by-using-linked-booster/ )

However, we encourage users to choose the 2nd way to safe your LinkedIn account.

Knowing that the time our customers spent on LinkedIn is increasing, Linked Booster brings to our customers an interesting feature called “Dark theme”. This feature will strongly protect your eyes from long periods of time in contact with your computer screen. Please let us know about review about the dark theme with Linked Booster by comment on our post, now to switch the interface please follow steps below:

1. Install Linked Booster extension from Chrome Web Store here:

2. After the installation has completed, To switch the interface please select Custom style in the Pop-up. (as shown in the below image)

Pop up Dark theme
Choose your favorite theme

Another way to switch to Dark theme is faster and more convenient: right-click, choose Linked Booster, select your favorite dark theme. (Picture below)

Context menu
Choose your favorite theme
1st Connections Management

Linked Booster allows users to import details of 1st-connection into the dashboard, manage with custom tags/notes, automatically collect contact information and extract with one click. Please follow this instruction:

  • Step 1:

    Open your dashboard. You’ll see the item “Connections” at the right side bar. Click to open page Connections.

  • Step 2:

    Click button “Sync” and wait until sync process finishes.

  • Step 3:

    After a successful sync, the last sync will show the correct time. Nearly all 1st connections are saved to Connections page

  • Step 4:

    You can use “Auto-visit” feature to collect contact info of a series of profiles then donwload as CSV file (see detailed instructions here)

  • Step 5:

    You can use the search filter to search for the desired profile and add/edit/remove custom tag of that profile. Reveal: We’ll be rolling out add/edit/remove tag feature for multiple profiles soon.

Watch video:

Categories: Auto Visit, Watch videos

We can only fetch emails & phone numbers from the profiles which share these data with you (usually, 1st connection – the ones you connected).

You might see this notice when you click on the profile name in the Linked Booster dashboard.

According to LinkedIn’s hard rule, you usually don’t share your contact information yourself to 2nd and 3rd connections, unless you make your information public, such as the profile below.

 

So Linked Booster will help you to collect available contact information shared with you whether it is first, second or third connection.

Export data

What does this mean?

LinkedIn calculates your people search usage based on your overall activity on LinkedIn from the first of every calendar month. If you are visiting people who are not your 1st-degree connections, it alerts LinkedIn that you are using it for recruitment or lead generation purposes.

After you hit your commercial use limit, you can only view the first three profiles in your search, the rest will be blurred out and not accessible.

What count toward your commercial use limit?

  1. When you search for LinkedIn profiles (your 2nd and 3d-degree connections) using filters and keywords
  2. It also applies when you are searching for employees of a specific company
  3. When you view profiles “People Also Viewed” on the right side of the page.

What does not count toward your limit?

  1. When you search and visit your 1st-degree connections from your connections page.
  2. When you are looking for a specific person and type their name in the search.
  3. Search for a job on the “Jobs” page.

    So that, the auto-snatch feature was launch to help you save search results forever.

After you have search results on LinkedIn, you should snatch results to the dashboard. Although you hit your commercial use limit, you still have data on the dashboard to proceed with your work.

How should we use the auto-connect feature to safe our LinkedIn account?

As you know, we have 2 ways to use the auto-connect feature:

1st way: Auto-connect directly from search result page on LinkedIn

2nd way: Auto-connect from dashboard

Follow this link about auto-connect feature manual ( https://linkedbooster.app/ufaqs/how-to-connect-with-people-on-linkedin-by-using-linked-booster/ )

However, we encourage users to choose the 2nd way to safe your LinkedIn account.

Knowing that the time our customers spent on LinkedIn is increasing, Linked Booster brings to our customers an interesting feature called “Dark theme”. This feature will strongly protect your eyes from long periods of time in contact with your computer screen. Please let us know about review about the dark theme with Linked Booster by comment on our post, now to switch the interface please follow steps below:

1. Install Linked Booster extension from Chrome Web Store here:

2. After the installation has completed, To switch the interface please select Custom style in the Pop-up. (as shown in the below image)

Pop up Dark theme
Choose your favorite theme

Another way to switch to Dark theme is faster and more convenient: right-click, choose Linked Booster, select your favorite dark theme. (Picture below)

Context menu
Choose your favorite theme
Technical notes

What does this mean?

LinkedIn calculates your people search usage based on your overall activity on LinkedIn from the first of every calendar month. If you are visiting people who are not your 1st-degree connections, it alerts LinkedIn that you are using it for recruitment or lead generation purposes.

After you hit your commercial use limit, you can only view the first three profiles in your search, the rest will be blurred out and not accessible.

What count toward your commercial use limit?

  1. When you search for LinkedIn profiles (your 2nd and 3d-degree connections) using filters and keywords
  2. It also applies when you are searching for employees of a specific company
  3. When you view profiles “People Also Viewed” on the right side of the page.

What does not count toward your limit?

  1. When you search and visit your 1st-degree connections from your connections page.
  2. When you are looking for a specific person and type their name in the search.
  3. Search for a job on the “Jobs” page.

    So that, the auto-snatch feature was launch to help you save search results forever.

After you have search results on LinkedIn, you should snatch results to the dashboard. Although you hit your commercial use limit, you still have data on the dashboard to proceed with your work.

How should we use the auto-connect feature to safe our LinkedIn account?

As you know, we have 2 ways to use the auto-connect feature:

1st way: Auto-connect directly from search result page on LinkedIn

2nd way: Auto-connect from dashboard

Follow this link about auto-connect feature manual ( https://linkedbooster.app/ufaqs/how-to-connect-with-people-on-linkedin-by-using-linked-booster/ )

However, we encourage users to choose the 2nd way to safe your LinkedIn account.

Knowing that the time our customers spent on LinkedIn is increasing, Linked Booster brings to our customers an interesting feature called “Dark theme”. This feature will strongly protect your eyes from long periods of time in contact with your computer screen. Please let us know about review about the dark theme with Linked Booster by comment on our post, now to switch the interface please follow steps below:

1. Install Linked Booster extension from Chrome Web Store here:

2. After the installation has completed, To switch the interface please select Custom style in the Pop-up. (as shown in the below image)

Pop up Dark theme
Choose your favorite theme

Another way to switch to Dark theme is faster and more convenient: right-click, choose Linked Booster, select your favorite dark theme. (Picture below)

Context menu
Choose your favorite theme
Watch Videos

Linked Booster allows users to import details of 1st-connection into the dashboard, manage with custom tags/notes, automatically collect contact information and extract with one click. Please follow this instruction:

  • Step 1:

    Open your dashboard. You’ll see the item “Connections” at the right side bar. Click to open page Connections.

  • Step 2:

    Click button “Sync” and wait until sync process finishes.

  • Step 3:

    After a successful sync, the last sync will show the correct time. Nearly all 1st connections are saved to Connections page

  • Step 4:

    You can use “Auto-visit” feature to collect contact info of a series of profiles then donwload as CSV file (see detailed instructions here)

  • Step 5:

    You can use the search filter to search for the desired profile and add/edit/remove custom tag of that profile. Reveal: We’ll be rolling out add/edit/remove tag feature for multiple profiles soon.

Watch video:

Categories: Auto Visit, Watch videos

We can only fetch emails & phone numbers from the profiles which share these data with you (usually, 1st connection – the ones you connected).

You might see this notice when you click on the profile name in the Linked Booster dashboard.

According to LinkedIn’s hard rule, you usually don’t share your contact information yourself to 2nd and 3rd connections, unless you make your information public, such as the profile below.

 

So Linked Booster will help you to collect available contact information shared with you whether it is first, second or third connection.

Dark Theme

What does this mean?

LinkedIn calculates your people search usage based on your overall activity on LinkedIn from the first of every calendar month. If you are visiting people who are not your 1st-degree connections, it alerts LinkedIn that you are using it for recruitment or lead generation purposes.

After you hit your commercial use limit, you can only view the first three profiles in your search, the rest will be blurred out and not accessible.

What count toward your commercial use limit?

  1. When you search for LinkedIn profiles (your 2nd and 3d-degree connections) using filters and keywords
  2. It also applies when you are searching for employees of a specific company
  3. When you view profiles “People Also Viewed” on the right side of the page.

What does not count toward your limit?

  1. When you search and visit your 1st-degree connections from your connections page.
  2. When you are looking for a specific person and type their name in the search.
  3. Search for a job on the “Jobs” page.

    So that, the auto-snatch feature was launch to help you save search results forever.

After you have search results on LinkedIn, you should snatch results to the dashboard. Although you hit your commercial use limit, you still have data on the dashboard to proceed with your work.

How should we use the auto-connect feature to safe our LinkedIn account?

As you know, we have 2 ways to use the auto-connect feature:

1st way: Auto-connect directly from search result page on LinkedIn

2nd way: Auto-connect from dashboard

Follow this link about auto-connect feature manual ( https://linkedbooster.app/ufaqs/how-to-connect-with-people-on-linkedin-by-using-linked-booster/ )

However, we encourage users to choose the 2nd way to safe your LinkedIn account.

Knowing that the time our customers spent on LinkedIn is increasing, Linked Booster brings to our customers an interesting feature called “Dark theme”. This feature will strongly protect your eyes from long periods of time in contact with your computer screen. Please let us know about review about the dark theme with Linked Booster by comment on our post, now to switch the interface please follow steps below:

1. Install Linked Booster extension from Chrome Web Store here:

2. After the installation has completed, To switch the interface please select Custom style in the Pop-up. (as shown in the below image)

Pop up Dark theme
Choose your favorite theme

Another way to switch to Dark theme is faster and more convenient: right-click, choose Linked Booster, select your favorite dark theme. (Picture below)

Context menu
Choose your favorite theme
Privacy policy

What does this mean?

LinkedIn calculates your people search usage based on your overall activity on LinkedIn from the first of every calendar month. If you are visiting people who are not your 1st-degree connections, it alerts LinkedIn that you are using it for recruitment or lead generation purposes.

After you hit your commercial use limit, you can only view the first three profiles in your search, the rest will be blurred out and not accessible.

What count toward your commercial use limit?

  1. When you search for LinkedIn profiles (your 2nd and 3d-degree connections) using filters and keywords
  2. It also applies when you are searching for employees of a specific company
  3. When you view profiles “People Also Viewed” on the right side of the page.

What does not count toward your limit?

  1. When you search and visit your 1st-degree connections from your connections page.
  2. When you are looking for a specific person and type their name in the search.
  3. Search for a job on the “Jobs” page.

    So that, the auto-snatch feature was launch to help you save search results forever.

After you have search results on LinkedIn, you should snatch results to the dashboard. Although you hit your commercial use limit, you still have data on the dashboard to proceed with your work.

How should we use the auto-connect feature to safe our LinkedIn account?

As you know, we have 2 ways to use the auto-connect feature:

1st way: Auto-connect directly from search result page on LinkedIn

2nd way: Auto-connect from dashboard

Follow this link about auto-connect feature manual ( https://linkedbooster.app/ufaqs/how-to-connect-with-people-on-linkedin-by-using-linked-booster/ )

However, we encourage users to choose the 2nd way to safe your LinkedIn account.

Knowing that the time our customers spent on LinkedIn is increasing, Linked Booster brings to our customers an interesting feature called “Dark theme”. This feature will strongly protect your eyes from long periods of time in contact with your computer screen. Please let us know about review about the dark theme with Linked Booster by comment on our post, now to switch the interface please follow steps below:

1. Install Linked Booster extension from Chrome Web Store here:

2. After the installation has completed, To switch the interface please select Custom style in the Pop-up. (as shown in the below image)

Pop up Dark theme
Choose your favorite theme

Another way to switch to Dark theme is faster and more convenient: right-click, choose Linked Booster, select your favorite dark theme. (Picture below)

Context menu
Choose your favorite theme
LinkedIn

What does this mean?

LinkedIn calculates your people search usage based on your overall activity on LinkedIn from the first of every calendar month. If you are visiting people who are not your 1st-degree connections, it alerts LinkedIn that you are using it for recruitment or lead generation purposes.

After you hit your commercial use limit, you can only view the first three profiles in your search, the rest will be blurred out and not accessible.

What count toward your commercial use limit?

  1. When you search for LinkedIn profiles (your 2nd and 3d-degree connections) using filters and keywords
  2. It also applies when you are searching for employees of a specific company
  3. When you view profiles “People Also Viewed” on the right side of the page.

What does not count toward your limit?

  1. When you search and visit your 1st-degree connections from your connections page.
  2. When you are looking for a specific person and type their name in the search.
  3. Search for a job on the “Jobs” page.

    So that, the auto-snatch feature was launch to help you save search results forever.

After you have search results on LinkedIn, you should snatch results to the dashboard. Although you hit your commercial use limit, you still have data on the dashboard to proceed with your work.

How should we use the auto-connect feature to safe our LinkedIn account?

As you know, we have 2 ways to use the auto-connect feature:

1st way: Auto-connect directly from search result page on LinkedIn

2nd way: Auto-connect from dashboard

Follow this link about auto-connect feature manual ( https://linkedbooster.app/ufaqs/how-to-connect-with-people-on-linkedin-by-using-linked-booster/ )

However, we encourage users to choose the 2nd way to safe your LinkedIn account.

Knowing that the time our customers spent on LinkedIn is increasing, Linked Booster brings to our customers an interesting feature called “Dark theme”. This feature will strongly protect your eyes from long periods of time in contact with your computer screen. Please let us know about review about the dark theme with Linked Booster by comment on our post, now to switch the interface please follow steps below:

1. Install Linked Booster extension from Chrome Web Store here:

2. After the installation has completed, To switch the interface please select Custom style in the Pop-up. (as shown in the below image)

Pop up Dark theme
Choose your favorite theme

Another way to switch to Dark theme is faster and more convenient: right-click, choose Linked Booster, select your favorite dark theme. (Picture below)

Context menu
Choose your favorite theme
Auto Visit

Linked Booster allows users to import details of 1st-connection into the dashboard, manage with custom tags/notes, automatically collect contact information and extract with one click. Please follow this instruction:

  • Step 1:

    Open your dashboard. You’ll see the item “Connections” at the right side bar. Click to open page Connections.

  • Step 2:

    Click button “Sync” and wait until sync process finishes.

  • Step 3:

    After a successful sync, the last sync will show the correct time. Nearly all 1st connections are saved to Connections page

  • Step 4:

    You can use “Auto-visit” feature to collect contact info of a series of profiles then donwload as CSV file (see detailed instructions here)

  • Step 5:

    You can use the search filter to search for the desired profile and add/edit/remove custom tag of that profile. Reveal: We’ll be rolling out add/edit/remove tag feature for multiple profiles soon.

Watch video:

Categories: Auto Visit, Watch videos

We can only fetch emails & phone numbers from the profiles which share these data with you (usually, 1st connection – the ones you connected).

You might see this notice when you click on the profile name in the Linked Booster dashboard.

According to LinkedIn’s hard rule, you usually don’t share your contact information yourself to 2nd and 3rd connections, unless you make your information public, such as the profile below.

 

So Linked Booster will help you to collect available contact information shared with you whether it is first, second or third connection.

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