How to view profiles anonymously on LinkedIn

Deepak Gupta July 3, 2022
Updated 2022/07/03 at 7:13 PM

Have you ever felt the need to look at a LinkedIn profile, but felt discouraged by knowing that the platform informs people that it does? Well, know that it is possible to view profiles anonymously, and it is quite easy to activate this feature.

Find out today how to view LinkedIn profiles anonymously.

Under your default settings, your profile view options are public. Happily, can view profiles anonymously and LinkedIn doesn't have to notify people when it sees them.

How to View a LinkedIn Profile Anonymously

To view profiles anonymously, all you need to do is change your settings to view in private. For that:

1. Go to the website or mobile app and sign in in your account.

2. Click on your profile icon.

3. Select "Settings & Privacy".

4. Go to "Visibility" in the menu located on the left side.

5. Select "Profile View Options".

LinkedIn will provide you with options to select what other people see when they have viewed your profile.

6. Here, select "Private Mode".

When you choose to view in private mode, this feature will also be on your profile, that is, you will no longer be able to see people who have recently viewed you.

LinkedIn also allows you to manage your visibility in other ways, such as your activity. This allows you to ensure that your connections only see what you choose to show them.

Take control of your experience

LinkedIn is an excellent platform to use to network and build professional relationships. Most of the time, networking on LinkedIn requires going through multiple profiles, and in the process you might not want people to see that you've viewed their profiles.

Fortunately, the instructions provided above allow you to see through the profiles, while maintaining your privacy.

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