LinkedIn is a well-known professional social networking platform that hosts more than 600 million professional profiles.
It supplies an unlimited number of network connections among professionals all around the globe.
This social platform has become an important part of being a full-fledged professional in any industry these days.
However, sending connection requests and accepting pending invitations manually one by one can be hectic and a little annoying sometimes. It would be great to have a bot to do these processes instead of doing it manually.
In this article, we are going to learn how to build a basic bot that can accept our LinkedIn connections, request new connections, and take useful screenshots and save for future usage.
We can easily improve this LinkedIn bot to accept invitations sent by professionals who satisfy specific conditions. As an example, we can use this improved Bot to accept only “Software Developers” among the pending invitations.
We can schedule to run this Bot every day at a specific time, using the Windows task scheduler. If you need to run this in the background, you can simply use the headless chrome browser without any graphical user interface. But since we need to visualize the steps, we will use the normal chrome browser with a graphical user interface.