The Linkedin Extract Emails Tool
The Extract Emails tool is a highly requested tool from SU Social users. It is simple and as its name suggests, it enables you to easily retrieve the email addresses of your first-degree connections.
How to access the Linkedin Extract Emails?
To access the extract emails tool, you can click on your account on TOOLS from the left menu in SU Social window, then click on your account and choose the Extract Emails Tools from the list of tools we have for Linkedin accounts. See the image below:
The Extract Emails tool has two tabs:
Which has two sections:
- Run Timers section:
- STATUS – Switch button to start/stop the tool – the tool should have a Started status to make it active and working.
- Wait between X-Y delay option between operations that make you put a delay for the tool before starting the next extraction.
- Extract Between X-Y emails on each operation – allows you to set how many emails to extract on each operation.
- The Execute between HH:MM and HH:MM option allows you to set a specific time frame for the tool to carry out the emails extraction.
- The Days of the week when to operate option lets you choose the specific days of the week for the tool to extract emails.
- With the option “Rotate Days”, the days you selected for the Extract Emails tool to operate can be randomly rearranged each week. For instance, if you selected Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, the tool will choose a new set of three days for the next week. Additionally, you have the option to exclude weekends from the rotation if you don’t want to extract emails during those days.
- Auto Export Settings section:
- The first option allows you to export results every X hours and when checked you will get an option to set the location where you can save the exported file.
- The second option allows you to a consolidated file for all Linkedin accounts every X hours
- The third option allows you to select the column (data) to include on the exported file.
In this tab, you’ll find a comprehensive record of all emails that have been extracted for each operation. The record includes the date, the profile URL, the name of the person, and their email address. You also have the option to either Delete All or Export All of the results for your reference.
Furthermore, there are action links available for each entry, such as:
- Browse (which opens a regular browser on your computer),
- Browse Embedded (which launches the embedded browser of the account),
- And Copy (if you want to copy the profile link).
In conclusion, this guide has provided you with an overview of the tool that extracts email addresses of first-degree connections on LinkedIn. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you should now have a better understanding of how to use the tool effectively. Whether you are a professional looking to expand your network or a business seeking to reach out to potential clients, this tool provides a quick and easy way to gather email addresses from your LinkedIn connections. With its user-friendly interface and streamlined process, this tool is a valuable asset for anyone looking to make the most of their LinkedIn presence.