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You can link in any time you like…

LinkedIn has become the defacto premiere website for making business connections, so as a consequence all these groups have sprung up promising to connect you to more and more people. I joined a few groups, but they weren’t quite what I was looking for. So I wanted to leave a group.

You’d have thought a website dedicated to business professionals would make it easy to do what you need to do – like leaving a group. But oh no.

You can’t leave a group from your group settings page. Oh no, that’d be far too obvious.

Instead, you have to go to a listing of all your groups, and click on the tiny word that says Actions by each link. And I had to do that by consulting the Help page.

LinkedIn, sort it out!

(Headline courtesy of @suitov)

3 Comments

  • gorky5

    I had a LinkedIn account once, but I closed it after I realised the service is essentially useless to me. I'd love to know if anyone has ever been offered a proper job on the strength of a LinkedIn recommendation or their profile.

    Maybe I just move in the wrong fields. I'm sure some people find it a useful communications tool, but I suspect most people just join because other people they know are on it and they don't want to feel left out.

  • If that was the only problem with LInkedin. Try getting a fake employee removed from your company page. And it's not like these guys can't code, they're also behind the excellent TripIt.

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