LinkOff cleans and customizes LinkedIn. It filters out the junk, leaving behind the posts and page elements that you want to see.
Make your LinkedIn experience better, instantly! With fewer distractions and better filtered content your sales, lead generation and networking will be a smoother and more enjoyable experience.
No more seeing unwanted likes and comments by your connections. Block the feed or filter it using custom keywords and find the connections and posts you want more easily. Job seeking? Advanced job filtering coming soon. While you are waiting, clean up your inbox - it can do it!
Also available on Firefox. Coming soon to Opera and other browsers.
⭐️ Option to hide the whole feed
⭐️ Post filtering by content (polls, videos, promoted, shared, etc)
⭐️ Hide posts by companies or specific people
⭐️ Filter by custom keywords (politics, coronavirus, vaccination, Noah Jelich, whatever)
⭐️ Hide posts shown due to interactions (comments, reactions, followed by connections)
⭐️ Hide irrelevant old posts (older than an hour, day, week, month)
⭐️ Select messages for mass deletion (clean your inbox)
⭐️ Unfollow all connections (without them seeing it)
⭐️ MESSAGE FILTERS COMING SOON
⭐️ JOB FILTERING COMING SOON
⭐️ Block ads on LinkedIn (banners, and sidebar)
⭐️ Hide LinkedIn learning and course recommendations
⭐️ Hide community panel and follow recommendations
⭐️ Stop LinkedIn premium upsell pestering
⭐️ Dark mode for LinkedIn
⭐️ Fully configurable to suit your need!
⭐️ Completely FREE and with NO ADS
⭐️ Made with ❤️ by Noah Jelich
⭐️ Are you going to make a Tampermonkey/Greasemonkey script?
Unfortunately, no. I do not have time to maintain any more code
⭐️ What about Vivaldi/Brave/Edge/Opera and other browsers?
The extension can be natively installed on all chromium browsers
⭐️ What about Safari and MacOs?
The store charges 100$ per year to post apps, which I cannot afford
⭐️ How can I use this on mobile?
Since neither Chrome or Firefox allow for extensions in mobile browsers, you need to install a chromium distribution that does. I recommend Kiwi Browser (if you have any issues, please report them, still testing mobile support)