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Transfer Data from LinkedIn to Google Sheets: A Step-by-Step Guide

LinkedIn is a professional networking platform that hosts millions of profiles that contain valuable information about individuals and companies. LinkedIn can be a rich source of data for businesses, researchers, and recruiters, but transferring data from LinkedIn to Google Sheets can be a daunting task, especially if it is done manually. Fortunately, there is an easy solution to this problem: the Magical chrome extension. In this article, we will discuss how to transfer data from LinkedIn to Google Sheets using the Magical chrome extension.

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What LinkedIn data can you transfer

Magical enables you to transfer a wide array of data from LinkedIn to Google Sheets. Here are some examples of the information you can extract:

Full Name
Job Title
Profile URL
And move more types of information by creating your own custom labels.

How to Transfer data from LinkedIn to Google Sheets using Magical?

Now that you have the Magical Chrome extension installed, let's discuss how to transfer data from LinkedIn to Google Sheets. Follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to your LinkedIn account.
  2. Open the LinkedIn profile of the person whose data you want to extract. Tip: You can do multiple profiles at once, just open them in individual tabs!
  3. Open Google Sheets, type // in an empty cell, and Magical will ask to connect to your Google account.
  4. Create a column for each variable you want to transfer, like First Name, Last Name, or Company.
  5. Type // again to trigger the Magical extension, or click the Magical button in your browser and add the data you want to each column. Tip: You can search for variable names by typing.
  6. Once you’ve filled all the data, you can type // again in the next row and Magical will suggest adding the same data from every other LinkedIn tab you have open.
  7. Now repeat that for any other LinkedIn to Google Sheets transfers you want to do!

Organizing Your Data

Once the data has been exported to Google Sheets, you can begin to organize it in a way that makes sense for your needs. You can use filters to sort by industry, location, or number of followers. You can also use formulas to calculate averages, percentages, and other useful metrics. You can also export the data from Google Sheets as a CSV to import into other apps like Salesforce, Hubspot, or Greenhouse.


Transferring data from LinkedIn to Google Sheets can be a time-consuming process if done manually. However, the Magical chrome extension makes it easy to extract important information like first name, last name, company, followers, and location for as many LinkedIn profiles as you have open in your browser. Once the data has been transferred to Google Sheets, you can easily organize it in a way that makes sense for your needs or export it somewhere else.

Common questions


Magical is a chrome extension that allows users to extract information from any website without complex integrations or APIs. You can run it on LinkedIn profiles and transfer data directly to Google Sheets. The extension is designed to simplify the process of data collection by automating the extraction of information from LinkedIn profiles. Magical is free, easy to use, and it can save you a lot of time and effort.


To start using GetMagical, you need to install the chrome extension. Click the button below to install, or follow the steps to download directly from the Chrome web store.

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