When you change your URL, it will always start with the following:
in/ is where your custom URL will appear. The new URL must have a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 300 characters. You can’t use spaces, symbols, or special characters in your URL.
You’ll likely want to change it to your name in some fashion. Keep in mind, though, that your profile URL is not case-sensitive, which means both “MaheshMakvana” and “maheshmakvana” are the same.
While changing the URL, keep in mind that you can only do that five times in a six months period.
On a Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook computer, use the LinkedIn site to customize your profile URL.
To do so, launch a web browser on your computer and open LinkedIn. Sign in to your account on the site, if you are not already.
In LinkedIn’s top-right corner, click Me > View Profile.
On the right sidebar, at the top, click “Edit Public Profile & URL.”
Again, at the top of the right sidebar, in the “Edit Your Custom URL” section, click “Edit” (a pencil icon).
Your profile URL is now editable. Clear the existing URL, type the new URL of your choice, and click “Save.”
And your LinkedIn profile URL has been successfully changed. People will now need to use the new URL to access your profile. Be sure to update your other social media with your new link.
If you’d like to revert back to the previous URL, you can do so using the same steps as above.
On your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone, use the LinkedIn app to change your Linkedin web address.
To start, launch the LinkedIn app on your phone. In the app’s top-left corner, tap your profile icon.
In the menu that opens, at the top, tap “View Profile.”
Your profile page will open. Scroll down the page to the “Contact” section, then tap “Edit” (a pencil icon).
At the top of the “Edit Contact Info” page, tap your current profile URL.
In the “Edit Your Custom URL” section, tap “Edit” (a pencil icon).
Your profile link field is now editable. Type a new URL for your profile and tap “Save.”
And that’s all. Your profile URL is now changed.
If you are on Facebook, it’s also easy to change your Facebook profile URL. Check that out if you’re interested.
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