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Save job openings for a LinkedIn profile's current company to Google Sheets

This playbook will find the current company of the currently opened LinkedIn profile, search for all the open job positions on LinkedIn for that company and save the results to a Google Sheets spreadsheet.
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How does this automation work?

In today's competitive job market, keeping track of potential opportunities is crucial. This Bardeen playbook allows you to effortlessly save job openings from a LinkedIn profile's current company directly into a Google Sheets spreadsheet. This is particularly useful for recruitment agencies, HR departments, and sales prospecting teams who aim to monitor job vacancies efficiently, without the hassle of manually updating spreadsheets.

Here is how you can automate the process of tracking job openings on LinkedIn:

  • Step 1: Scrape LinkedIn profile - The Scraper is utilized to collect data from the active LinkedIn profile tab, identifying the current company of the profile being viewed.
  • Step 2: Find company job openings - The Scraper operates in the background to search LinkedIn for all open positions at the identified company, utilizing the LinkedIn job search results template.
  • Step 3: Extract job post URLs - Bardeen retrieves the URL of the first job listing from the search results, preparing it for the next steps.
  • Step 4: Scrape job details - Details of each job opening are then scraped in the background from the provided URLs, using a LinkedIn job post template.
  • Step 5: Save to Google Sheets - The collected job opening details are added to your specified Google Sheets spreadsheet, making it easy to access and share this valuable information.
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How to run the workflow

Navigating the labyrinth of LinkedIn for up-to-date job postings and company information can be quite the task. Picture this: you're a proactive professional on the lookout for new career opportunities, but scanning through countless profiles and openings feels like a never-ending maze. What if there was a way to streamline this process without the usual flair and fuss?

This automation effortlessly determines the current company of any open LinkedIn profile and then scours the platform for available job positions within that very company. No need to dwell on the mundane – now you can swiftly gather all the data you need without repeatedly switching tabs or losing focus.

On the flip side, imagine you're an HR manager striving to stay in the know about the competition's hiring efforts. With this innovation, tracking rival companies' job listings becomes a breeze, freeing up your time to strategize rather than endlessly clicking around.

Simplicity meets practicality with this automation, making your professional life a tad less tangled and a whole lot more efficient.

Let’s set it up!

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Step 1: Pin the playbook and integrate Google Sheets

First, click the “Pin it” button at the top of this page to save this automation. You will be redirected to install the browser extension when you run it for the first time. Bardeen will also prompt you to integrate Google Sheets

Activate Bardeen (or hit Option + B on Mac or ALT + B on PC on your keyboard) and click on the playbook card. The setup flow will start. Bardeen will ask you to specify a Google Sheets spreadsheet. You can choose an existing spreadsheet or create a new one.  Bardeen will also prompt you to specify the maximum number of job posts you would like to save.

Click on “Save Input” and checkmark Google Sheets. You can edit Inputs later by hovering over the playbook. 

Step 2: Run the playbook to save job openings to Google Sheets

This playbook finds the current company job opening of the currently opened LinkedIn profile. To make the playbook work, navigate to the LinkedIn profile.

Press Option + B on Mac or ALT + B on PC on your keyboard to launch Bardeen. Click on the playbook card and run the playbook to get the job openings of the currently opened profile. It will find the current company, fetch the open job posts on LinkedIn for that company and save the results to a Google Sheets spreadsheet.

You can also edit the playbook and add your next action to further customize the automation.

Find more LinkedIn and Google Sheets integrations.

You can also find more about how to increase your personal productivity and automate your sales workflow.

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Available actions & triggers

Apps:
Save job openings for a LinkedIn profile's current company to Google Sheets
Save job openings for a LinkedIn profile's current company to Google Sheets
Save job openings for a LinkedIn profile's current company to Google Sheets
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Create new spreadsheet tab
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Update or add rows in/to a tab
Update or add rows in/to a tab
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When row is added to Google Sheet
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When row is added to or changed in Google Sheet
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When new row is appended or changed
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Add data to sheet tab
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Add text to Google Sheet
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When new row is appended
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Add data to sheet
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FAQs

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