This Linked Helper release notes contain most important features added recently. To review all Linked Helper abilities and features, please, check these articles:
If you'd like to learn more about all changes, please review Linked Helper 2 Change log article. You can find many helpful articles in our blog as well.
- Scrape messaging history
- Automatic sent invites canceller
- Ignore replies option
- Linked Helper Inbox
- Send person to Snov.io campaign
- Find Profile Emails
- Smile picker
- Personalized and generic images support
- LinkedIn 100 invites limit hack
Scrape messaging history
Previously, Linked Helper scraped messaging history only in case the profile was processed in a messaging action and received a message via the tool. Now it is possible to get messages from all the profiles you even interacted with, either manually or automatically via Linked Helper / any other automation tool.
Automatic sent invites canceller
To be on save side and don't fall under LinkedIn shadow ban for inviting, it's important to keep the number of pending invitations below 1500 and constantly delete profiles who haven't accepted your invitation in 2 - 3 weeks.
With Linked Helper, it's It is now possible to automatically cancel unaccepted invitations that have been pending for more than X days. All you need is to:
- Install Automatic sent invites canceller for Filter contacts out of my network (keep 1st level only) plug-in
- Enable this option in the 'Process pending invites' tab of Filter contacts out of my network (keep 1st level only) Action in any of your active campaign
Ignore replies option
Previously, a profile was always moved to replied list and out of the workflow no matter whether the reply is relevant or not. It was impossible to return it back for messaging without disabling reply detection in the messaging actions and replace Check for replies actions with Delay between actions.
In some cases, 'Thanks for inviting' or similar messages needed be ignored so person could receive a follow-up message anyway.
The new feature allows you to select those in Replied list who should receive a follow-up and retry them or move to the next messaging action without disabling reply detection and replacing Check for replies.
Linked Helper Inbox
If you send a sequence of messages to a group of people and Linked Helper checks whether they replied then you may find yourself in a difficult situation when all the replies are marked as read in your LinkedIn message inbox. That happens because in order to scrape the messaging history Linked Helper needs to open a chat like a real human being thus all the received messages there are marked as read by LinkedIn.
The Linked Helper Inbox can help you to track replies despite the fact they were “read” by Linked Helper. Profiles who answered anything important can be tagged and added to another campaign, for example for sending a different follow-up message.
To learn more, check these articles:
Send person to Snov.io campaign
Linked Helper doesn't have the ability to send emails to your leads from LinkedIn directly. However, with a help of Snov.io integration, you can do that with a little effort. Snov.io is a service that allows you to create your email broadcast campaigns, and Linked Helper is able to send emails of your leads directly to those campaign from its Send person to Snov.io campaign Action of the Workflow.
Check this to learn more:
Here are some more useful articles from our blog:
- How to send a mass email to LinkedIn contacts automatically
- Pro email scraper for LinkedIn: Parse prospects’ contacts in 5 minutes
- How to download your LinkedIn contacts to Excel with emails & advanced account data
Find Profile Emails
Find Profile Emails action can use LH email finder or Snov.io integration in order to search for emails of your 2nd/3rd connections. LH Email finder is our service that provides you with LinkedIn leads emails. How does it work? When you connect to a profile, you can scrape its email address and other data like URL, first / last names, etc. For many other our clients your 1st-degree connection is only 2nd or 3rd-degree connection to whom they would like to send an invite. With LH Email Finder it's now possible for anyone to share the data about his 1st-degree connections to get the same information about his 2nd / 3rd-degree connections from other our customers. In other words, you can contribute the data you collected for the ability to get emails of your 2nd / 3rd-degree connections in return to be able to invite them by their email addresses in LinkedIn.
The main advantage of this action in combination with LH email finder is that it doesn't necessarily need to visit a profile to find its email address. It will start visiting the profile only if there is not enough data for email search in the LH Email Finder database.
Check these articles to learn more:
You can now add smiles to your Linked Helper message templates to make them look more human 😉 and less robotic 🤖
Personalized and generic images support
Now it's possible not only to send a text message, but also to attach an image to it. You can send generic image added to every profile via a custom variable, or personalized ones via Uclic or Hyperise integration:
Check these articles for more info:
- How to add personalized images to your messages from Hyperize
- How to add personalized images to your messages from Uclic
- How to attach images to LinkedIn messages?
LinkedIn 100 invites limit hack
Linked Helper can overcome LinkedIn's weekly invitation limit. Using it, you can invite more than 100 profiles a week!
We found LinkedIn undocumented functionality that allows the tool to send the invite even if the limit is reached. For LinkedIn it looks like a glitch when the invitation has failed but then suddenly went through.