In order to keep your Linkedin account in good order and to avoid being restricted (or even worse, blocked) from sending connection requests regularly to grow your network, you always need to keep your pending list to less than 3,000.

Once you exceed this limit, Linkedin will either not allow you to send more or require an email to connect with others to prove that you know them.

With Alfred you have two options:

  1. Auto Withdrawals
  2. Bulk Withdrawals

In this article, we explain how you can Bulk Withdraw pending (unanswered) connection requests to ensure you are never at risk of restriction.

To access this feature, click CRM on the navigator bar then choose Invitations.

Or by clicking on the Pending Invites button on your Dashboard.

Once there, you will see a full list of pending connection requests. This list includes ALL unanswered connection requests, whether they were sent with Alfred or not.

From this page, you can individually withdraw connection requests, by click on the 'Withdraw' button to the right of each profile. Or you can multi-select profiles by clicking on the check boxes to the left of the profile and then clicking on the 'Withdraw selected invitations' button on the top right of the screen.

We have also added a Withdrawals at the Dashboard bar for you to know how many were withdrawn within the day.

NOTE: Once you click on the 'Withdraw' button, the profiles will be removed from the Invitations page, but will not automatically be removed from Linkedin. They will be removed on the next batch/session the bot runs on your device.

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