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LinkedIn gives the user an option of exporting their data, and that’s anything from a given activity to contacts. When it comes to contacts, they can be exported for free without necessarily using additional tools. This should be done while avoiding external aids, as they can cause limitations tied to the free method. Nonetheless, here is the step guide followed in exporting LinkedIn contacts.

Log in to your LIX while ensuring your extension to your LIX browser is enabled

LinkedIn always supports the internet browser used by its customers to sign up. This enables them to give an appropriate guide for a given instruction. In fact, they are currently supporting all major browsers such as opera fantastic, chrome wiz, safari stalwart, and others.

Click on Click on ‘My Network’ in the top toolbar, and then ‘Connections’ on the left

This enables your connection list for exporting to be displayed. You can sort the list according to your desired option, such as first name, last name, or recently added.

Click on the ‘My Network’ option

This will make your browser extension light up, particularly if there is data to be extracted, hence opening the LIX toolbar.

Choose your desired option from the LIX tool

There are two options that you can choose from the LIX tool; Options on the left column and Options on the right column.

Options on the left column

This column determines the number of results and the format of extraction. For instance, you can either choose to export as CSV or as an excel. This is the format used by most CRM systems to upload the contacts. Besides, it is advisable to select the list that you may want to export your result to, particularly if you are using the LIX list features. This is helpful when exporting multiple search results that need to be de-duplicated.

Options on the right column

This option helps an individual to use the LIX email finder to come up with email addresses for given contacts. It also allows the user to determine whether to use the automated or full profile viewer. The crucial thing to note here is the effect of these options on the number of results that need to be exported. This would help in keeping your account safe, as it would not violate the rules of LinkedIn.

Select your option and LIX it

Once you are done finding the kind of data you want from LinkedIn, you can export it. While carrying out the extraction process, you will find out that LIX\'s working that makes your LinkedIn move through various pages. The new button will appear once the process of extraction is ready to start.

Here, you will be expected to download the contact depending on the chosen format. But when it comes to the projects option, an individual would be expected to head back to login. In this area, you will come across the project tab with a list of contacts to be exported and their email address. At this point, you should be having your LinkedIn contacts, which are well organized into a spreadsheet, and ready to be put into work.
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