Extract contact information from LinkedIn, such as names, emails, addresses or websites, and then export it to various document formats, with this handy application
|Updated||June 14 2020|
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|Crack Size||47.2 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 2003, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
LinkedIn is a great source of contact information for businesses and professionals working in various fields, but there is no easy way to extract this data and save it on your PC.
LinkedIn Lead Extractor provides a solution, as it enables you to search the website using multiple filters and save data to CSV, XLSX or TXT files.
LinkedIn Lead Extractor features a dual-panel interface that splits the search tools and the browser window. The latter can be disabled at any time, but it is required for performing advanced searches.
Because of the application’s design, it requires Internet Explorer to be installed on your computer, in addition to .Net Framework.
From a visual standpiint, LinkedIn Lead Extractor is not particularly impressive, as its interface is rather outdated.
Once you have provided your LinkedIn account details, the program logs you in automatically and allows you to define the search parameters using the standard LinkedIn interface.
Once the operation has been launched, the extracted information is displayed in the left-hand panel. You can filter the results to eliminate irrelevant contacts and find useful data more easily.
Finally, the extracted contact info can be exported to CSV, XLSX or tab-delimited TXT files.
To avoid having your account blocked because of a large number of profile requests in a short period, the application can apply a fixed or random delay after each profile search.
Furthermore, the program saves all profiles that have already been viewed, and search data is saved to a temporary location automatically after a user-defined number of records.
All in all, LinkedIn Lead Extractor Crack is a powerful tool that may prove to be invaluable to users who frequently browse LinkedIn and need a way to extract and save contact information. It does its job well and provides adequate documentation, but its interface is somewhat out-of-date.
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