Advanced settings for Check for replies change behavior of the action depending on whether an InMail message or message sent via a group or event was accepted or not.
To enable it please:
- Navigate to the Plug-in Store menu.
- Find Advanced settings for Check for replies plug-in and click Install button:
- Once plug-in is installed, Advanced settings section is added to the Message analyzer tab of Check for replies Action:
Sometimes a reply is not a phrase but an action. If a 2nd or 3rd degree connection has accepted your event or group message request, then most likely he or she is interested in what you're communicating, so it makes sense to engage in a manual conversation from now on. Linked Helper allows you to detect such accepted message requests so you will not miss the opportunity.
Setting: "Treat events ’Message Request Accepted’ as replies: Yes/No"
When a contact outside of your 1st degree network accepts your direct message (e.g., InMail or a message sent via a group or event) you can see a technical notification "Message Request Accepted" inside the conversation, and the conversation itself on the other end is moved from the Incoming Requests inbox to the Message inbox.If the setting is enabled, "Check for replies" will transfer contacts to the "Replied" list even if they accepted your message without any reply.
- Reference materials:
- Send, Receive, and Manage Message Requests (LinkedIn Help Center article)
- How to message LinkedIn group members
Setting: “Keep in queue permanently if request is not accepted: Yes/No"
This option is also relevant only for contacts outside your 1st degree network who received a direct message (e.g., InMail, or a message sent via a group or via an event). If the option is enabled, “Check for replies” will not move contacts to a successful list until they reply to you or at least accept your initial message.
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