Disconnecting from someone LinkedIn in 4 Easy Steps
“A life healthy work begins with healthy relationships,” a cautious slogan LinkedIn Connections page cama But what happens when professional relationships go wrong, as when you find a problem employee or are not satisfied with the work of a supplier and they do not want to be associated with them on LinkedIn else?
When a relationship is broken, it’s time to break. When a connection tanks switches, may be appropriate disconnect LinkedIn. Remember to cut ties with someone in the social network of 400 million members, as the professional version of the “Unfriend” Facebook function.
Here’s how to delete a connection on LinkedIn website on a laptop or desktop with a few clicks, if necessary:
1. Go to the home page of LinkedIn.
2. Enter the full name of the person you want to disconnect from the top of the box of the search page. The connection profile appears below the search box. Select the profile of the person.
3. On the connection profile, scroll to the blue square icon that says “Send Message” and place the cursor on the down arrow on the right side of it.
4. A drop-down menu appears. Moves down and select “Delete Connection” and go.
To remove a connection from the Android LinkedIn app, iOS or from your mobile browser:
1. Start the LinkedIn application or go to www.linkedin.com from the web browser on your mobile device.
2. To the profile of the person you want to delete a connection.
3. Tap the menu icon in the upper right corner. (It seems that three white dots).
4. From there, select “Delete connection”.
As in Facebook, LinkedIn when a connection is removed, the person will not be notified that has been disconnected from them. However, it is not difficult to understand, if you search your contacts on LinkedIn and see you seem more in your netlist.
It is also important to note that, once disconnected, any endorsements or recommendations the individual makes of you that appeared on your LinkedIn profile will disappear. And they will not appear if you choose to connect to the person at a later date.