Add to Sheets

Add to Sheets

Save LinkedIn Profiles to Google Sheets

If you use LinkedIn to find leads, prospects, or candidates, you can save profiles to Google Sheets using the Add to Sheets extension. This makes it easy to keep track of contacts and leads in a spreadsheet, so you can follow up with them later or set up an automation to sync with your Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software.

You can also use this approach to save other content from LinkedIn, such as posts, jobs, and companies, to Google Sheets. This can help you keep track of information you find on LinkedIn and organize it in a way that makes sense for you.

Save LinkedIn Profile URLs to Google Sheets

After you’ve installed the extension, you can start saving LinkedIn profiles to Google Sheets. Here’s how to get started:

Create a spreadsheet called LinkedIn Profiles and a sheet called Sheet1. In the sheet, create columns for Name, Title, Company, Location, and Profile URL. Give this configuration a name, such as LinkedIn Profiles.


Name Title Company Location Profile URL

Then in the extension, configure where you want to save content and give it a name. For example, create a column configuration for Profile URL and give it a label like Profile URL.

Now, when you’re browsing LinkedIn, right-click on a profile page and select the Profile URL menu item to save the profile to your spreadsheet.

This will save the profile URL to the Profile URL column in the Sheet1 sheet of the LinkedIn Profiles spreadsheet.


Name Title Company Location Profile URL
https://www.linkedin.com/in/johndoe/

You can save other content from LinkedIn, such as posts and jobs, to Google Sheets using the same process. You’ll just create a new configuration for the content you want to save and give it a name. Then select the content (instead of just right-clicking the page) on the page and right-click to save it to your Google Sheets. For example, you can save a job description or a post to your Google Sheets.

Job Description Job URL
Selected job description text from page

Hope this helps you get started with the Add to Sheets extension. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to contact us or reach out on Twitter/X. If you haven’t installed the extension yet, you can add it to your browser from the Chrome Web Store.

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