Have you seen the new LinkedIn privacy settings page yet?
As a LinkedIn user, controlling your experience is crucial and your privacy settings page helps you do that.
The new LinkedIn privacy settings page is more convenient to use, with a streamlined hub to help you easily manage your account.
Here’s the scoop…
What’s The New LinkedIn Privacy Settings Page?
When you visit the new “Privacy & Settings”, you’ll see a redesigned page…starting with quick details about your account at the top and all settings categorized into three groups: Account, Privacy and Communications.
* Account includes things like adding email addresses, changing your password or language, and exporting your data.
* Privacy covers all privacy and security settings related to what can be seen about you, what information can be used, and making sure your account stays secure with a second factor of authentication.
* Communications houses your preferences for how LinkedIn and other members are able to contact you, and how frequently you’d like to hear from LinkedIn.
To make connecting easier, if a member has your email address or phone number in the contacts they upload to LinkedIn, LinkedIn may suggest they connect with you.
LinkedIn has added new settings options that let you choose who can see you as a suggested connection when they have your contact information.
As always, it’s up to you to decide how you want to grow your network, and which invitations you want to accept.
BONUS TIP: For best results, connect with your Ideal Clients and Partners and remember…whoever you connect with gets automatic access to your email address!
This new LinkedIn private settings page will roll out to all members in the next few weeks.
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