LinkedIn login: connection to my LinkedIn account
LinkedIn sign in
It’s easy to access your LinkedIn account. You just need to go to the LinkedIn home page (or click on the following link: https://www.linkedin.com/uas/login?_l=fr ) and indicate your login , or your email associated with your account as well as your confidential password.
The LinkedIn login is easy to access, it is through this that you can access your LinkedIn network, make changes to your LinkedIn profile or publish LinkedIn articles and comment on the activities circulating on your LinkedIn news feed.
Log out of my LinkedIn account (sign out)
To log out of LinkedIn, simply click on the “You” tab at the top right, then click on “Exit”. You will then no longer be connected to your LinkedIn account, and no one will be able to access it on your platform.
NB : it is useful to remember to NEVER give out your password.
LinkedIn sign in: the different connections to your LinkedIn account
You can identify yourself on LinkedIn via several media: your desktop or laptop computer, your smartphone, your tablet … The LinkedIn application is very well done, very intuitive, it is easy to navigate.
If you do not take the log out, you will be automatically logged in the next time you you will open the site on your computer, smartphone or tablet or the LinkedIn application, so you will not have to fill in your login and password to access your LinkedIn account.
In this case, be sure that you will be the only one who can have access to your computer, smartphone, Tablet. If on other social networks it is sometimes funny to make jokes by discreetly stealing a friend’s phone to post a photo embarrassing or an absurd status, on LinkedIn it is your professional image and the magnitude of your assets that are represented. So be careful.
Now that you have all the tools in hand to identify yourself with your logins on LinkedIn, do not hesitate to get my checklist to have a perfect LinkedIn profile and 50 times more influential or make an appointment to present me your needs, or your challenges on LinkedIn.