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The LinkedIn Like Comments Tool


Social media has enabled individuals to express their thoughts freely, and LinkedIn is no exception. As professionals, we encounter ideas and sentiments that resonate with us and demonstrate our agreement by liking them. It’s a simple yet effective way to acknowledge someone’s viewpoint and start a conversation.

On LinkedIn, liking a comment can also be seen as a way of endorsing someone’s expertise or acknowledging their contributions. It’s a small gesture that can go a long way in building relationships and establishing yourself as an engaged member of the community. Luckily, Su Social can also help make this process easier for you with the LinkedIn Like Comments tool.

Navigating the LinkedIn Like Comments tool

You can access the tool from the TOOLS page, select the LinkedIn account you want to work on, and navigate to the Like Comments tool.

We’ll discuss each of the three tabs in the following section:

Settings tab

The settings tab is divided into four sections: Run Timers, Like Limits, Post Filters, and Comment Filters.

Run Timers

  1. Wait between X and Y minutes before each new operation – allows you to set up a time frame before the tool starts a new operation
  2. Like between X and Y comments per operation – this will let you select how many comments will be given a like per operation
  3. Execute between HH:MM and HH:MM – this option allows you to control the hours when the tool performs the scheduled actions. You can also add more intervals or even randomize the timers
  4. Add random sleep time – this will allow the tool to rest for X and Y minutes before starting a new operation when it has executed A and B operations
  5. Days of the week when to operate – you can choose the days that the tool will perform the actions

💡The days you chose for the Like Comments tool to operate can be randomly rearranged each week by choosing the Rotate Days option. For instance, the tool will select a different set of three days for the following week if you chose Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. If you don’t want to like comments on weekends, you can also choose to exclude them from the rotation.

Like Limits

  1. You can do this to set a daily cap for the tool, and when it is reached, it will automatically stop liking comments until the next day. You can also set the daily cap to rise steadily until it reaches your daily target; this feature may be helpful for users who want to warm up their accounts but remember to use this gradually.
  2. With this option, you can set an hourly cap; it functions similarly to a daily cap.

Post Filters

  1. This filter lets you specify to only like posts that have X and Y likes.
  2. This filter lets you specify to only like posts that are X and Y hours old.
  3. This will let you decide to like only the comments from the first X posts indicated by your sources.

Comment Filters

  1. This will only like the comment if it has specific words
  2. This will skip the comment if it has specific words
  3. This will let you decide to consider only the first X comments to be liked.

Sources tab

  1. Like comments of specific posts based on URLThis source option is useful if you already have a URL of the post whose comments you want to like. If you’re going to add multiple post URLs, you need to separate them with a new line then click the ADD TO LIKE LIST button. They will be added to the table below the source option.
  2. Like comments from Walls/Pages/Profiles– use this source option to like comments on posts that are published on LinkedIn walls/pages/groups. Add the URL of the wall/group/profile in the provided box and if you have multiple target walls/groups/profiles, you need to separate them with a new line. Click on the ADD button then your target groups/walls/profiles will be added to the table below the source option. For this source, there is an action button below to ADD ALL ACCOUNT GROUPS and it will add the Groups that you have for this account under Social Profiles > account > Groups tab.

Results tab

All the actions that have been performed will be shown in the Results tab. Here, you will see the date when the action was performed, what keyword or URL has been used from the Sources tab, and what is the username of the used source. Also, you can delete that result, open the post in your default browser or embedded browser and copy the said link.


In conclusion, the LinkedIn Like Comments tool is a valuable feature that enables users to show support and engage in meaningful conversations with like-minded professionals. By simply liking a post or comment, you can endorse someone’s expertise and establish yourself as an active community member.

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