The first step to finding who you are looking for is to go to LinkedIn and log in by entering your email and password.
On the main website, go to the top and use the search engine in the center to enter the name and surname of the individual you’re looking for on LinkedIn. Then press enters or click the magnifying glass icon.
If the name of your contact is too popular with many results, use the menu on the left to specify details and filter the results.
For example, you can do it by their country of residence, the company they work for, the sector to which you are dedicated, the study center, language of your profile, etc. With this, your search will be much faster and more accurate.
In addition to filtering the results, if you know more personal information about that person, you can also use the “Advanced Search” option, located just below the black box where it says “Search.” Click on it, and a window will appear in which you can enter all the specific data of that person you want to find.
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No luck? Go to the top menu, hover over the “Network” option and, when the drop-down appears, click on “Add contacts.” In this section, you can search for all the people you have added to your email. This way, if you have ever exchanged messages through your e-mail with him, you will know if the person you want to find has a LinkedIn account or not.
Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff