Arguably the most popular social network among professionals, Linkedin has made great strides in the past decades and cemented its position among the working-class folks, who use the platform to not only connect with fellow professionals but also collaborate and find new projects and job opportunities, including pro-bono or volunteer work.
Linkedin began its journey in 2003 with an aim to help professionals connect across borders and that elementary objective of the Microsoft-owned platform remains relevant even today as connections are one of the most important aspects here.
While your Linkedin network consists of 1st-degree, 2nd-degree and 3rd-degree connections, your primary and direct connections remain the 1st-degree ones. If you want to sort your list of connections and maybe add or remove a few, here is how you can see all of your connections on Linkedin on PC and Linkedin app.
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How to see connections on Linkedin’s website via PC?
Login to your account on Linkedin.com and follow the steps below to see your connections on the professional social network.
Step 1: Click on the My Network tab from the options at the top of the page. Then click on Connections on the side panel to the left under Manage my network.
Step 2: You’ll now see a list of your connections; more connections will keep appearing as your scroll down. You can click on the Search by name box to find a particular connection that you want to remove or see if they’re added. You can also sort the list by clicking on Recently added beside Sort by and choose if you want to sort the list by the First name or Last name of the connections.
To further filter your connection search, you can click on Search with filters option at the top-right of the connection list section of the page (refer to the screenshot above).
Step 3: On the next page, you can use filters such as Locations, Current companies and Degree of connection (1st, 2nd, 3rd). If you still can’t find the connection, you can further narrow down your search by applying more filters available under All Filters option.
Step 4: On the All people filters page, you can further narrow down your search by filtering the following parameters: Connections (the degree of connection), Connections of (a 1st-degree connection), Locations, Current companies, Past companies, Industries, Profile language, Schools, Contact Interests, Services and also directly via their First name, Last name, Title, Company and School.
If you want to remove a connection, click on the horizontal ellipsis icon beside the connection’s name and select the Remove connection option.
How to see connections on Linkedin’s app?
Open the Linkedin app on your Android or iOS device and follow the steps mentioned below to see your connections.
- Tap on My Network tab from the options at the bottom of the app.
- Then tap on Manage my network at the top of the page.
- On the next page, tap on Connections.
- You’ll now see a list of your connections; more connections will keep appearing as your scroll down.
- You can tap on the Search icon to find a particular connection that you want to remove or see if they’re added or sort the list by clicking on the filter icon at the top-right (besides the search icon)
- The sorting options will appear at the bottom of the page. You can sort your list of connections by Recently added, First name, Last name.
- If you want to remove a connection, tap on the vertical ellipsis icon beside the connection’s name and select Remove connection.
While you can see a list of your connections and remove them from the Linkedin app, the website offers more options to filter your connection list and if you aren’t able to find the person’s profile you’re looking for, consider following the guide above to narrow down your connection search better.
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