Mefglobalforum.org – LinkedIn posts have become intriguing and many people want to share them with others. To share a post on LinkedIn, you can send it in a message or copy the link to share outside of the platform. Additionally, you can also copy the content of the post and share it. Here’s how to copy the text or URL of a LinkedIn post.
Table of Contents
- 1 How to Copy LinkedIn Post Text on Android
- 2 1.Using Google Photos App
- 3 2. Copy LinkedIn Post Content on Samsung
- 4 3. Copy LinkedIn Post Text on Google Pixel Phones
- 5 4. Using Universal Copy App
- 6 How to Copy LinkedIn Post Text on iPhone
- 7 How to Copy LinkedIn Post URL on Android and iPhone
- 8 How to Copy LinkedIn Post URL on PC
- 9 Share LinkedIn Posts
How to Copy LinkedIn Post Text on Android
There are four ways to copy unselectable content from a LinkedIn post on Android:
1.Using Google Photos App
This technique allows you to copy unselectable text from LinkedIn posts on all Android devices.
- To copy unselectable text from a LinkedIn post, open the LinkedIn app and take a screenshot of the desired post.
- Now, open Google Photos app on your phone.
- To access the screenshot, navigate to the Library tab at the bottom and select the Screenshots folder.
- Open the screenshot of the LinkedIn post.
- Tap on the Lens button at the bottom and go to the Text tab.
- Tap on Select all to select all the text in the image.
- To select the desired text, tap anywhere on the post and use the selection bars. Once the text is selected, tap on ‘Copy text’ to copy it.
The selected text from the LinkedIn post will be copied to the clipboard, which can then be pasted in any desired location.
2. Copy LinkedIn Post Content on Samsung
Samsung Galaxy devices running OneUI 4.1.1+ have a built-in feature to extract and copy text from images. This feature can be used to copy text from a LinkedIn post.
- To extract text from a LinkedIn post on a Samsung Galaxy phone, take a screenshot of the desired post. For long posts, multiple screenshots may be required.
- Open the Samsung Gallery app on your phone and navigate to the screenshot of the LinkedIn post that was taken.
- To extract the text, tap on the ‘T’ icon located at the bottom-right corner of the screen. This will highlight all the text present in the screenshot.
- Once the text is highlighted, select the desired portion of the text from the post using the selection bars by tapping on the highlighted text. Tap on the ‘Copy’ button in the pop-up bar to copy the text to the clipboard. With this, you have successfully copied the text from a LinkedIn post on a Samsung Galaxy phone.
- To paste the copied text, open any note-taking app. As a helpful tip, you can also use Samsung’s smart select feature to extract and copy unselectable text from a LinkedIn post.
3. Copy LinkedIn Post Text on Google Pixel Phones
For Google Pixel phone owners, here are the steps to copy text from a LinkedIn post.
- To copy text from a LinkedIn post, open the desired post.
- To access the recent apps screen on your Pixel phone, swipe up from the bottom edge of the device.
- Tap on the Select button.
- All the text will be highlighted, tap to select the desired text, and tap on the ‘Copy’ button.
- To paste the copied text, open a note-taking app like Google Keep.
4. Using Universal Copy App
For Android phones that do not support the above methods, a third-party app can be used to copy text from a LinkedIn post.
- Install the Universal Copy app on your phone
- Open the third-party app and grant the necessary permissions. The app’s notification will appear in the notification panel.
- To copy content from a LinkedIn post, open the LinkedIn app and navigate to the desired post.
- Access the notification section on your phone, then select the notification labeled ‘Universal copy’. Ensure that the LinkedIn application is running in the background.
- Upon tapping the notification, the text and images on the LinkedIn post will be automatically selected. Select the specific content you wish to copy and press the ‘Copy’ button located at the bottom.
How to Copy LinkedIn Post Text on iPhone
If your iPhone is compatible with the ‘Live Text’ feature, you can utilize it to copy unselectable text from LinkedIn posts.
- Take a screenshot of a post on the LinkedIn app on your iPhone.
- Navigate to the screenshot of the LinkedIn post in the Apple Photos app.
- To select all the text in the screenshot, tap on the Live Text icon located in the bottom-right corner.
- Select the LinkedIn post content by tapping on it, then tap the Copy button.
- The LinkedIn post’s text will be copied to your iPhone’s clipboard. Paste it into a note-taking or messaging app like WhatsApp. That’s it.
How to Copy LinkedIn Post URL on Android and iPhone
To share a LinkedIn post with others, you can copy its link instead of the text. Follow these steps on mobile to copy a LinkedIn post link.
- To copy the link of a LinkedIn post, open the LinkedIn app on your phone and navigate to the post.
- To share a LinkedIn post, tap on the kebab menu (three-dot icon) located at the top of the post and select the Share via option.
- The share screen will open, allowing you to select the app where you want to share the post link, or tap on Copy URL (Android) and Copy (iPhone) to copy the post’s link to your phone’s clipboard.
- To send the post link to a LinkedIn user, tap on the Send button located at the bottom of the post. The New message screen will open, allowing you to search for the user you want to send the link to.
How to Copy LinkedIn Post URL on PC
- Open Linkedin.com in a browser on your computer
- Go to the post whose link you want to copy.
- To copy a LinkedIn post link, click on the kebab menu (three-dot icon) located at the top of the post and select Copy link to post from the menu. The post’s link will be copied to your clipboard, allowing you to share it anywhere you like.
- To send a post to someone on LinkedIn, click the Send button at the bottom of the post and search for the person you want to send it to.
LinkedIn is a valuable tool for job searching, so you can share job posts with your friends by copying their links. Additionally, consider using mobile apps for creating resumes and learning how to create and share resumes on Google Docs.