Tag Archives: messages
Getting bugged by InMails? How to stop it permanently
On November 6, 2023 By James Potter - The Linked In Man
One of things that annoys business leaders and those with good job titles is inMail messages. You might occasionally get an interesting one, but 99% are just unhelpful and we’ve worked with leaders that get 50 (yes 50!) per day, so no wonder. Now whilst LinkedIn says these are great, and used appropriately they can […]ReadMore
LinkedIn finally makes a star of messages!
On March 7, 2023 By James Potter - The Linked In Man
How often have you had a message on LinkedIn come in and think I need to do that .. and then have to scroll through and struggle to find it later? Well fear no more, LinkedIn has released stars. We’ve always had the option to mark messages as unread but now there is a new […]ReadMore
How to edit a message (after you’ve sent it!) on LinkedIn
On March 6, 2023 By James Potter - The Linked In Man
We’ve all sent a message and then realised, just after we’ve hit send, that it has an error or typo in it – grrr. The good news is that you can edit messages that you have sent and it is a really simple process. 1) Go to the messages 2) Click on the message you […]ReadMore
LinkedIn gets new inbox but is the message good news?
On December 8, 2015 By James Potter - The Linked In Man
LinkedIn has been working on the user interface to make it consistent, clean and very image lead for some time. With previous updates to profiles complete it is now the turn of messaging. They have been rolling out the changes for some months, seemingly starting with the lightweight users and accounts first. We are now seeing […]ReadMore
How to wham the spam on LinkedIn
On April 22, 2013 By James Potter - The Linked In Man
I hate spam and spammers, and so does LinkedIn. It puts loads of functionality at your disposal in the battle against spam. LinkedIn is not the best at promoting the functionality that is there to help you, make your experience better and, in this instance the whole community better, so I thought I’d lay it […]ReadMore