- Go to the profile of the person you’d like to block.
- Click the More button below the member’s profile picture and select Report/Block from the list.
- Select Block [member name] from the What do you want to do? pop-up menu.
- Click Block to proceed or Go back to review your options.
Here’s what happens when you block someone on LinkedIn: You won’t be able to see each other’s LinkedIn profiles. On LinkedIn, you won’t be able to message each other. You won’t be able to view what each other has shared.
You will not be notified that you have banned someone on LinkedIn, and you will be the only one who can unblock them. According to LinkedIn, blocking does not apply to information you make public, such as your public profile, content shared in open group conversations, public shares, and comments on Influencer postings.
Simply put, blocking a number on your Android phone prevents the caller from contacting you. Calls do not ring through to your phone; instead, they are routed to voicemail. The banned caller, on the other hand, will only hear your phone ring once before being routed to voicemail.
Click the More icon in the upper right corner of the post to unfollow or mute a person from your feed. From the list, select Unfollow/Mute [name].
At the top of your LinkedIn homepage, click the Me icon. From the dropdown menu, choose Settings & Privacy. In the left rail, choose Visibility. Change next to Followers under the Visibility of your LinkedIn activity area.
Because of a quirk in Instagram’s design, it can be difficult or impossible to prevent others from seeing your posts if they’ve already blocked you. So, if someone has blocked you, you can block them back to prevent them from accessing your stuff.
You can also choose to keep your public profile hidden from non-LinkedIn users and search engine results. Notes: If you change the settings for your profile photo on your profile page, the change will be reflected on your public profile page.
You can hide what LinkedIn groups you’ve joined, links to your personal or professional websites, published works, and more from your employer and others. To do so, go to your account settings and choose only the features in your public profile that you want your employer to see.
The Who Viewed Your Profile tool shows who has visited your profile in the last 90 days and can provide further information about readers. From your desktop, go to the Who Viewed My Profile page: On the left side of your LinkedIn homepage, beneath your profile photo, click Who saw your profile.