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The LinkedIn Profile Viewer Tool

Amongst SM Tasker’s arsenal for Linkedin account automation is the Profile Viewer tool.

As you may have known, LinkedIn has this option where you can see who has viewed your profile in the last 90 days.  You can go to Who Viewed My Profile Page click the Me icon on your LinkedIn homepage, then click View ProfileWho Viewed your Profile from Your Dashboard.

On reverse action, you can view other user’s profile too and that is precisely what the LinkedIn Profile Viewer Tool does.  Viewing others’ profiles somehow helps you grow your network and encourage interaction with other users.

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How to use the Profile Viewer tool:

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To access the tool, you can go to Tools > click on your LinkedIn account > navigate to the Profile Viewer tab.  It has 4 different tabs: Settings, Sources, Extracted Users and Results.

The Settings tab

From the Settings tab, you will see 3 different sections: Run Timers, Limits and After Visit Actions.

Run Timers section:

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  1. Setup how many seconds the tool will wait before starting a new operation
  2. Add how many Profile views will be done during the operation
  3. Indicate the hours when you want the tool to operate
  4. You can select the days of the week when the tool is going to operate. You also have the option to ‘Rotate days’

💡 When rotating days, SM Tasker would pick the equivalent number of days you have initially selected. The selection is random and you have the option to exclude weekends in the variation in case you don’t want to send connection requests on Saturdays and Sundays.

Limits section:

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  1. You can set up a daily limit with an option to increase preferred daily performance with X until it reaches Y number of visits per day
  2. This option allows you to set-up limits of actions performed per hour with an option to increase the number of actions with X until it reaches Y number of visits per hour
  3. Select your preferred number of visits to a particular profile,
  4. With this option, you can set up the tool to re-visit the profile you’ve already visited after X and Y number of days.

After Visit Actions:

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After the Profile Viewer tool has visited the profile for the first time, you can choose to:

  1. Send it to the Connector tool and connect with the profile.
  2. Send it to Follow tool and follow that person

Additionally, you can set the percentage for which the after visit action will be executed whenever a profile is visited.

The Sources tab

You can search for profiles to view either by keyword search or from a provided list.

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Keyword search:

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1. Add the keyword that you want to use which is relevant to your niche

2. Choose the degrees of connections to give views to those profiles as well,

3. Click the ‘Add Input’ button and the keyword will be added on the designated table.

4. Choose to extract from 1st, 2nd and 3rd  connections for a particular keyword you’ve added,

5. You can narrow your search by using the available filters.  You can filter by Location, Company, Industries, Schools and Past Companies.

⭐ 6. For both ‘Keyword Search’ and ‘Add People From a Provided List’ sources, you can add tags that will be associated with the user that will be sent to Extracted Users. These tags will come in handy when using other LinkedIn tools such as the:

  • Connector tool – when you opt to send those users whose profiles were viewed, it will copy that tag that you indicated for that specific source
  • Contact Tool – when the connection is accepted and the Friends has been updated, you can choose to select only users with the specific tag when sending messages (Contact > Use Members tab > Advanced Selection > indicate the tag in Tags Filter)
  • Search and Contact – where you can use the source  ‘Connection tags’ and create a specific message for users with that tag.

Add people from a provided list:

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7. The textbox for adding profiles. You can add Profile URLs or its Username, and for adding multiple profiles at once, add them one per line.

8. Click the ‘Add to Extracted Users’ button to add the preferred profiles/URLs to your Sources.


This source will enable you to view the profile of your connections. Note that the names will no longer be forwarded to the Extracted Users tab and will go directly to the Results tab.

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Add people from a provided Sales Navigator list:

9. The textbox for adding Sales Navigator user URLs, add them one per line.

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Add people from groups members list:

10. The textbox for adding the group’s members list URLs, add them one per line.

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Extracted Users tab

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Users that were gathered from the sources you indicated are sent to the Extracted Users tab. The tool will then go through each one of the users on that list and visit their page.

  •  If there is a specific profile you don’t wish to view, you can manually delete said user from the list and the Profile Viewer tool will not execute actions on those accounts.
  •  When needed, you can opt to Delete all users from the list, Export them and Import preferred users to the list from a CSV file.
  •  If you added a tag to your source (see ⭐), users extracted from that specific source will show that tag in the TAGS column.

Results tab

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  • The last tab is the Results tab. This is where all the visited profiles are recorded. You can see the number of views that were executed on a particular account as well as the target number of views that are going to be done.
  • Also, there is a column with Visit Interval which shows you when the next view for that profile is going to occur.
  • It will also show you which keyword was the user sourced from.


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