- Click the Me icon at top of your LinkedIn homepage.
- Select Settings & Privacy from the dropdown.
- Under the Account management section of the Account preferences section, click Change next to Close account
- Check the reason for closing your account and click Next.
- Enter your account password and click Close account.
To completely remove your LinkedIn account, go to the top-right of your LinkedIn homepage and click the Me Menu, then Settings and Privacy. To close your LinkedIn account, go to the Account page and scroll down to Closing your LinkedIn account. To begin the deletion procedure, click the Change button.
Because you can’t cancel LinkedIn premium accounts using the official LinkedIn mobile apps for iOS and Android, you’ll have to use a web browser to do it. If you bought it through iTunes, you can cancel it by going to your iTunes Subscription Management page.
Your public profile can be edited by going to Settings, then Visibility, and then Edit. Toggle your profile’s public visibility to Off to hide it from the public eye. To conceal particular settings from your public profile, turn the appropriate settings to Off. Changes are automatically saved.
It can take up to seven days for LinkedIn to delete all of your data from its servers. However, deleting your account will erase all of your contacts and profile information.
In the top right corner of your LinkedIn homepage, click the Me icon.
From the dropdown menu, choose Settings & Privacy.
In the top right corner of the page, underneath your connection count, click Company Account.
Select Payment methods from the drop-down menu.
Next to the card you want to get rid of, click Delete.
At the top of your LinkedIn homepage, click the Me icon.
From the dropdown menu, choose Access My Premium.
On the right rail, click the Manage Premium Account option. You’ll be sent to the Premium Subscription settings page.
Click Cancel subscription under Manage subscription.
While it isn’t carved in stone, LinkedIn has its own set of netiquette and standards that aren’t found on any other site, and they aren’t always evident. Many Millennials are unsure about what is and isn’t appropriate on LinkedIn.
Yes, in a nutshell. Even if you don’t plan on spending much time on LinkedIn, or any time at all, it’s worth spending 30 minutes or so to complete your profile.
All LinkedIn members who have checked in to LinkedIn.com or our apps can see your full profile. Under the Profile privacy section of the Settings & Privacy page, you may select what displays on your profile, receive notifications from your network, and manage your profile privacy choices.