Updated: Jul 1
Why is this useful?
HumbleAI's Linkedin scraping features will allow you to...
Automate the process of searching and scraping user profiles and key information of your people and organization of interest
Automate the process of finding key details like past jobs, universities, key skills, mutual connections, and other information given a list of Linkedin profile links
Find the Linkedin URLs of your people of interest even if you don't have perfect information on their background
Find a list of companies from the list of Linkedin profile URLs you provide us
All of these amazing features can be unlocked once you install HumbleAI and follow our instructions below to set up the connection between Linkedin and the HumbleAI tools.
How do you set it up?
Step 1: Open up your HumbleAI extensions in Google Sheets
Step 2: Open the “Set Up Linkedin Connection” tab under the Linkedin Automation Button
Step 3: Make sure you have a Linkedin account and follow the steps of the side bar, which is listed below
Navigate to Linkedin.com and log in
Open up the browser developer tools (Ctrl-Shift-I or right click -> inspect element)
In the navigation bar, click the >> button and choose the Application button in the drop down menu
Under the Storage header on the left-hand menu, click the Cookies dropdown and select www.linkedin.com
Find the li_at cookie, and double click the value to select it before copying
Step 4: Copy your Linkedin Cookie Token and paste it into text box under the name “Linkedin Token”
Voila!! That’s it folks! Now you’re ready to go utilise all the Linkedin search automation tools!!
Now that you've set it up, here are three specific examp
les of where the Linkedin tools would be useful for tasks that would be tedious if done manually without HumbleAI
A VC firm looking to conduct due diligence or invest by first finding the Linkedin URLs of 2000 companies based on a list of Company names
A tech recruiter who is tasked to scrape 50,000 Linkedin profiles to find people who have matching skills and experiences of need
A university student who is recruiting for jobs and wants to find 100 shared connections for target firms.