Have You Written Articles on LinkedIn? Here’s How to Find Them…

November 10th, 2014 | by Jason Alba |

This has changed at least once… but here’s how I currently find articles I’ve written on LinkedIn.

Way 1

From Your Profile Page (the one everyone else sees):

Click on Profile at the top of any page once you are logged in:

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Scroll down a little bit until you see the last three posts.  You can either click on a link to see all of your posts (#1) or you can click on any of the last three posts (#2) to see that individual post and the comments:

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Way 2

The old way that I used to see posts was to click on the little pencil icon from my home page… in the box where I would put my update.  This isn’t as easy or elegant, but you can still do it.  First, click on the pencil icon:

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Then, from that page you will be able to start a new post.  On the left you’ll see all of the posts you’ve written (it used to be on the right).  Click on the one you want to look at.  (don’t worry, even though it opens in edit mode, we’ll fix that)

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If you click on any of those articles you’ll open it in the Edit mode… not what you are looking for.  It doesn’t show stats or comments… to see that, simply edit the URL and take out /edit, as per this image:

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This is a lame way to do it, and different than how it has been… but oh well.  We roll with the changes.

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