The "Who's Viewed Your Profile" feature helps you understand who's been looking at your profile in the last 90 days, how many times you have shown up in search results, and other insights.
You can select what others see when you've viewed their profile from the Privacy & Settings page. There are three different ways we show information on who's viewed your profile, based on the profile viewer's privacy settings:
- Display viewer's name, headline, location and industry.
- Display only anonymous profile characteristics such as job title, company, school, and industry.
- Display as an anonymous LinkedIn Member. This reflects members who have viewed your profile and chose to remain anonymous.
IMPORTANT: You cannot view the names of members who've chosen to be anonymous, even if you have an upgraded account.
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.
You'll also see trends regarding the people who have viewed your profile. The trends you see depend on whether you have a free or premium account. Read the differences between free and premium versions of "Who's Viewed Your Profile".
The time period you see on the "Who's Viewed Your Profile" section on the right side of your homepage may vary based on how many people have looked at your profile in the past several weeks. If your profile hasn't been viewed in the past 90 days, the section won't appear.
To stop emails from LinkedIn about who's viewed your profile, click Unsubscribe in the email footer.