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How to turn off LinkedIn post analytics

It’s so annoying when the LinkedIn notification counter lights up and then you find that it’s just a message that one of your posts has received 50 or 100 views. Once you build up a lot of connections, most of your posts are going to trigger this notification.

Here’s how to turn off these notifications via the LinkedIn mobile app:

1. In the LinkedIn mobile app, go to the Notifications tab and find one of the analytics notifications.

2. Swipe left and then tap Settings.

3. Tap Turn off.

That’s all it takes. Now you won’t be bothered next time one of your posts racks up more than 50 views.

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