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Groups You May Be Interested In - Overview

How does the "Groups you may be interested in" feature work?

Last Reviewed: 12/12/2013
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The "Groups you may be interested in" feature identifies existing groups on LinkedIn that may interest you.

We look for similar attributes between you and other members in groups (such as companies, schools, or industries in common) and present suggestions for groups you might want to join. You're not obligated to join any group.

This feature is found at the bottom of your groups page which is accessed by selecting Groups under Interests on your LinkedIn homepage.

If the feature isn't showing up on your groups page, the reason could be:

  • All available suggested groups have been invited.
  • All available suggested groups have been removed.
  • There are no suggested groups available for you at this time.
  • Your profile may be missing information in key areas like current or past companies, schools, or industries.

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