Can you still export your LinkedIn Connections in the new interface? YES you can! Here’s the short-cut…Click to Tweet
In this article and video tutorial, I’ll show you how to export your connections in LinkedIn (including email address) to a spreadsheet or csv file. Once you know how, it’s very simple. However the “Export Connections” button is not easy to find – unless you know where to look!
Watch my 2-minute video tutorial below.
Video Tutorial – How to Export Your
If you don’t want to watch the video, here’s the Step-by-Step:
- On the top navigation menu, click the button that says “Me” (the one with your profile picture).
- Select “Settings & Privacy”
- Scroll down and click “Download your Data”
From there, it’s straight forward. Just follow the on-screen instructions.
Want a short-cut? Simply “cut and paste” the following URL into your browser:
Exporting your LinkedIn Connections can be useful in order to import or merge the data into your Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Applicant Tracking System (ATS) or recruitment software. Then you’ll be able to contact your LinkedIn connections directly from inside your contact management system.
In case you’re interested, you can read LinkedIn’s instructions for exporting contacts here.
Now for the bad news…
The Connections file LinkedIn gives you only contains limited information – First Name, Last Name, Email, Job Title, Tags.