The "Who's Viewed Your Profile" feature helps you understand who's been looking at your profile recently and how many times you have shown up in search results.
You can select what others see when you've viewed their profile from the Settings page.
There are three different ways we show information on who's viewed your profile, based on the profile viewer's privacy settings:
- Name and headline.
- Anonymous profile characteristics such as industry and title.
- Anonymous LinkedIn user.
You'll see profile stats about who's viewed your profile if:
- You have a premium account. This will also give you access to Profile Stats Pro.
- You have a free basic account and have set your privacy settings to show your name and headline.
You won't see any profile stats if:
- You have a free basic account and have set your privacy settings to remain anonymous.
Note: Upgrading to a premium account will not show you additional information about a profile viewer if they’ve chosen to remain anonymous in their privacy settings. Search results statistics shared in this feature show keywords used to search but not details about the person searching.
Also, we may vary the information we show (e.g., VP of Marketing in Internet Industry, Manager at Goldman Sachs, Someone at Accenture) to protect members' privacy.
The time period you see in the feature may vary based on how many people have looked at your profile in the past several weeks. If your profile hasn't been viewed recently, the feature won't appear.
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