Filter linkedin feed
As LinkedIn becomes popular, your feed starts to contain unrelated content. This filter is a simple method to hide unwanted content from your feed. ***Politics*** You can use text filter to remove the type of content you are not willing to see. Political posts are meant to grab your attention and remove your productivity. You can hide them by adding unwanted keywords. ***Outreach*** You are looking for specific type of people who are sharing content. The filter makes it easier to target specific people. Options to hide: - All (feed, news, advertisements, courses) - Promotional post - Network activities (likes, commented, etc) - Image post - Video post - Link post - Document post - Post containing specific keywords Open source: https://github.com/massanishi/linkdein-filter
- (2021-06-20) Luke Mellis: Hi there, I started using this extension recently and love it so far. It's simple to use and helps hide the spam and clutter on LinkedIn. I do have a question. When you turn on the "Hide network activities" filter it hides connections' activities like posts they have liked or commented on. This is great because I'm not really interested in seeing whenever someone likes a Dan Price or Everyday Heroes post, and these kinds of activities make up most of the content on my feed. *However* it also appears to filter out connections' updates, like when someone has a job or school update. I do enjoy seeing these kinds of updates, though. Would it be possible to separate the network activities filter into two different filters?
- (2021-02-24) Matthew: Thanks to the developers for creating this plugin! LinkedIn is the only form of social media I still use because I am tired of the political opinions and vitriol the plague social media. Recently, my LinkedIn feed has started to fill up with garbage that I'd rather not see at all, so this plugin has allowed me to salvage my last attempt to stay professionally "connected."
- (2020-11-18) Vlad Oustinov: Love it guys! Would it be possible to completely hide the feed somehow? I use LinkedIn professionally but sometimes fall in the feed's meaningless loophole for nothing (I'm not interested in any type of content there). I would love to have a way to simply hide it all haha :)