Have you ever come across a post on LinkedIn that you wanted to save to refer to later?
Sometimes when I’m scrolling through my LinkedIn Feed, I come across a post that I want to save for later. It might be a post that I want to comment on, or that sparks an idea for a post or article of my own, but I don’t have time to draft it at the moment. It might be an article that I don’t have time to read right now, but that I’d like to read later, or it might have such good information that it is something I will want to refer back to more than once.Continue reading
How to save a LinkedIn post (and find it later)
If that happens to you, you can save the post by clicking on the three dots at the top of the post and then clicking Save.
But once you’ve saved the post, how do you get back to it? That part might be a bit tricky if you have never done it before; LinkedIn doesn’t make your saved items easy to find.
To find your saved items on LinkedIn, navigate to your own LinkedIn profile and scroll down to the box entitled, “Resources.” At the bottom of the box, you’ll see an arrow with the words “Show all 5 resources”. Click on that and then click on My Items to get to your list of saved items.
Saving a post outside of LinkedIn
If you come across a post that you want to save, but you don’t want to save it in LinkedIn for some reason, you can copy the post’s URL to get back to it at any time by clicking on those three dots at the top of the post and choosing “copy link to post.”
I hope you found this helpful.
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