Can I merge LinkedIn accounts and company pages? Yes, you can!

Can you merge LinkedIn accounts?

Merge multiple LinkedIn accounts to manage on an intuitive dashboard

Circleboom Publish can help you find relevant content for your LinkedIn account.
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How to Merge LinkedIn Accounts Through Native LinkedIn Website?

#1 You can sign into both accounts

  • Click the Me symbol at the top of your LinkedIn dashboard in the account you continue to preserve.
  • From the dropdown menu, choose Settings & Privacy.
  • Click Change next to Merge accounts in the Account preferences section of Account management.
  • Fill in the email address and password for the account you’d want to deactivate.
  • Submit the form.
  • Click Continue once you’ve double-checked that you’re deleting the correct account.
  • To confirm that you wish to merge the accounts, enter the password you want to preserve and click Submit.

#2 You are unable to log in because you forget the password

  • Click the Forgot Password link on the sign-in page of the account you want to merge and cancel.
  • Click Send code after entering the email address associated with the account you want to cancel. The password reset link will be sent to that email address.

#3 You can’t log in because the email address is inaccessible

#4 You can access both accounts, but one of them has no connections

  • Log in to the account with zero connections you wish to close.
  • Select the Me icon at the top of the page.
  • From the dropdown menu, choose Settings & Privacy.
  • Click Change next to Close account in the Account preferences section of Account management.
  • To finish closing your account, follow the on-screen steps.

Can you merge LinkedIn company pages?

  • You are one of the super admins of both pages.
  • The pages are duplicates and /or related to the same company (regional, unacquired subsidiaries, divisions)
  • At least one employee must be linked with the page that is being merged.
  • Both Pages’ names must be the same.

How to merge duplicated company pages?

If you want to merge LinkedIn company pages, you need to contact LinkedIn to merge your pages.
If you want to merge LinkedIn company pages, you need to contact LinkedIn to merge your pages.
  • The company names — precisely as they appear on the firm’s pages.
  • The URLs of the Page(s) you’d want to merge.
  • Clear indications of the page (s) that will be merged and the page that must be retained.
  • The rationale for merging the page (s).
  • Once you merge LinkedIn accounts, it can’t be reverted.
  • Text and visual contents, promoted and posted updates, and analytics linked with the merged page (s) will no longer be available; only your employees, subsidiary pages, and followers are transferred to the retained page.
  • LinkedIn Ads Accounts and ad creatives can’t be transferred to the retained page.
  • Job listings linked to the merged page (s) will remain online, but they will not be moved to the retained page. The job posting must be manually re-associated with the retained page.
  • Admins of the merged page (s) will not automatically be admins of the retained page if they were not already admins. Otherwise, you need to add them as admins manually.
  • Acquired pages cannot be merged under the parent company’s page. If that is the case for you, you can add a notification banner to the acquired page instead of merging.

Wrapping Up

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