LinkedIn doesn’t want you to delete your connections. That’s why they make it so hard to delete them – no hotkeys, no checkboxes, no one-click delete, no multi-select. It’s annoying and very difficult when you want to delete the 1000 spam connections that you approved 2 years ago. Well, not anymore.
You can watch the video to see how it’s done, or scroll down if you prefer to read:
Step 1 – Download Macro Recorder
Head over to macrorecorder.com/download/ (non-sponsored link) and download the macro recorder. The free version should be enough for you to use.
Step 2 – Create a new macro
Click on the icons on the top row to add a new action. Add the below:
- Left Click > Relative to mouse position > X: 0, Y: 0
- Wait 200ms
- Left Click > Relative to mouse position > X: 0, Y: 40
- Wait 200ms
- Left Click > NOT relative to mouse position > X: 1167, Y: 322
Note: You may need to adjust the coordinates for step 5. Watch the video for clarification if this macro doesn’t work for you.
Step 3: Set a hotkey
Go to Settings > Hotkeys and select a hotkey to auto-Playback your macro. I prefer the Insert key.
Step 4: Run the macro
That’s it! Open your LinkedIn Connections page, hover your mouse over the “…” icon, and press your hotkey in Step 3 to launch the macro.
Watch the video if you’re not sure or if this doesn’t work the first time.