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How to source Leads/Contacts/Candidates from the LinkedIn Chrome extension?
How to source Leads/Contacts/Candidates from the LinkedIn Chrome extension?
Updated over a week ago

Recruitly’s LinkedIn Chrome Extension allows you to add leads/Contacts/Candidates directly from LinkedIn into your Recruitly database.

How to install Chrome Extension?

Follow this guide to install and activate the extension -

To add a record from LinkedIn to Recruitly, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your LinkedIn account and navigate to the profile page of the individual you want to add.

  2. Click on the Recruitly icon located next to the profile.

  3. Select the option to add the record as "Lead/Contact/Candidate" in the form opening on the right-hand side.

  4. The details of the LinkedIn profile will be parsed automatically by Recruitly.

  5. Review and add/edit any additional details as needed.

  6. Click on the "Add Lead" button to complete the process.

Note: The Chrome Extension also notifies you in case the person is already in your Recruitly database. Select the record to update/edit details.

Here are a few things you would want to know about the Chrome Extension

It works with LinkedIn FREE, LinkedIn Recruiter Lite, LinkedIn Recruiter Pro, and LinkedIn Sales Navigator subscriptions.

It doesn’t use your LinkedIn allowance - so there is no limit on how many records you can add using the extension. But watch out for the no. of profiles you view per day, LinkedIn might introduce/already have limits on that too.

You can directly add leads, contacts, or candidates from LinkedIn to your Recruitly database with one click.

You can add/edit details about the person you’re adding while on LinkedIn itself.

You can add notes and reminders, for example, to call the candidate or drop an introductory mail to the lead.

You can directly add the lead/candidate to the Pipeline via the Extension.

If the person is a candidate in your system, you could still add him/her as a lead/contact.

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