How to export your LinkedIn contacts and download the rest of your data in case you lose your account
You can export your LinkedIn contacts – your connections – to ensure you have a copy in case something happens to your account.
While going through the process of downloading your connections, you’ll also have the opportunity to download the rest of your LinkedIn data – but the more you choose to download, the longer it will take the company to prepare your data.
Here’s how to export your LinkedIn contacts.
Professional social media platforms, like LinkedIn, can be valuable networking tools. And although it may feel like these sites will be around forever, the truth is that there are no guarantees.
So it’s always good to have a backup for your LinkedIn contacts – also known as connections – so that you don’t lose touch in the future.
Here’s what you need to do to export your first-connection LinkedIn contacts and create a valuable backup to your professional profile.
How to export your LinkedIn contacts
1. Go to LinkedIn and log into your account, if needed.
2. Click on the “Me” icon in the top toolbar and select “Settings & Privacy” in the drop down.
3. If needed, click the “Privacy” tab at the top of the page (it may automatically open to this tab).
4. Select “How LinkedIn uses your data” in the sidebar.
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