LinkedIn Bulk Invitation Withdrawal Automation Script.
Withdraw All Your Linkedin Connect Invitations At Once With No Effort.
Linkedin bulk connection request withdrawal.
How to manually remove pending (unanswered) connection requests?
In order to keep your Linkedin account in good order and to avoid being restricted (or even worse, blocked) from sending connection requests regularly to grow your network, you always need to keep your pending list to less than 3,000. Once you exceed this limit, Linkedin will either not allow you to send more or require an email to connect with others to prove that you know them.
In some cases, for example, when you have zero acceptance rate for your sent connection requests, LinkedIn Support Team suggest to withdraw all your pending sent invitations.
With our "LinkedIn Bulk Invitation Withdrawal Automation Script", you can execute "Bulk Invitation Withdrawals" operation easily. Just copy the content of js (linkedin-bulk-invitation-withdraw-script.js) file and paste it into Chrome developer console. Press "Enter" keyboard, lean on your chair and see. All your linkedin connects will be withdrawn without even clicking a button. Now, you can Bulk Withdraw all pending (unanswered) connection requests to ensure you are never at risk of restriction.
1. Go to https://www.linkedin.com/mynetwork/invitation-manager/sent/ web page,
2. Open DevInspector,
3. Paste the script to the console, and press Enter keyboard, it will work automatically.
NOTE: After you Withdraw All Your Linkedin Connect Invitations, the profiles will be removed from the Invitations page, but will not automatically be removed from Linkedin. They will be removed on the next batch/session the bot runs on your device.
LinkedIn Bulk Invitation Withdrawal Automation Script
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