So we recommend disabling this feature and making your connection visible to you and you alone.
Like me (and any other linked In user on the planet for that matter) you probably receive tonnes of emails from Linked In on a daily basis informing you what’s been happening in that group you’re a member of, who has liked your posts, that a connection has published a new blog post, that someone has commented on your blog post, that someone else has endorsed you, the list goes on!
UPDATED: 4/7/2016 Whether you’re brand new to Linked In, or you’ve been on there for years, there are default settings on your account that you may or may not be aware are already there – settings you may want to change depending on what they do and how it affects you and your sourcing activities.
So today, we’re going to take you through what the core settings associated with your Linked In account are, what they do, how to change them, and our recommendations in relation to these settings.
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