When you are sorry you connected…

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Once in a while, for whatever reason, you have a contact to whom you no longer want to be connected. Maybe it’s a past business associate, an ex-boss or someone who shares content you would rather not see.

You CAN disconnect. And you have 2 options.

Option 1: Removing a connection by visiting their profile page. Note: they will see that you looked at their profile, so this may not be your best choice. (Skip down to Option 2)

  1. In the top search box, type the name of the connection you want to remove.
  2. Move your cursor over the drop down arrow on the right side of the Send a Message button.
  3. Click on Remove Connection.
  4. Your connection will no longer be a 1st degree connection. They will not be notified of this action. And you will no longer see their updates in your newsfeed.

Option 2: This option is best if you do not want to visit this person’s profile.

  1. In the top Navigation Menu, hover your mouse over My Network and click Connections
  2. Search for your connection by clicking the magnify glass icon and typing the person’s name.
  3. Move your cursor over their name and click Remove.
  4. Your connection will no longer be a 1st degree connection. They will not be notified of this action. And you will no longer see their updates in your newsfeed.

Are you interested in learning more about how to fully maximize LinkedIn as part of your marketing strategy? Connect with me here on LinkedIn, visit my website for current workshops, or send me an email at sandy@moxzclicks.com.

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