LinkedIn Email Signature - No Longer Supported
Customized email signatures can no longer be created on the LinkedIn site. However, you can create an auto-signature from within your email client, and then direct your contacts to your customized public profile URL. Learn how to customize your profile URL.
You can customize your public profile URL when you edit your public profile. Custom public profile URLs are available on a first come, first served basis.
- Move your cursor over Profile at the top of your homepage and select
- You'll see a URL link under your profile photo like
www.linkedin.com/in/yourname. Move your cursor over the link and
click the Settings icon next to it.
- Note: "Update your public profile settings" will show up if you
don’t have a public profile.
- Under the Your public profile URL section on the right, click the
Edit icon next to your URL.
- Type the last part of your new custom URL in the text box.
- Click Save.
- Your custom URL can have 5-30 letters or numbers. Don't use spaces,
symbols, or special characters.
- We recommend using a variation of your name and/or your professional
brand since you’ll share this URL with people so they can find your
LinkedIn profile. Some job applications may also ask you for your
LinkedIn profile URL.
- The customizable part of the URL is case insensitive. This means
using JohnSmith, johnsmith or johnSmith will all point to the same
- If the URL you want isn't available, please select a different one.
We can't make custom URLs available to members upon request.
- You can change your URL up to 5 times within 180 days. Once you have
changed your URL for the 5th time, you won’t be able to change it for
another 180 days. Changing your URL several times may make it hard
for people to find you.
- If a member uses a URL and then changes it, that URL will be
unavailable for use by other members for 180 days.
- If you navigate to a previously claimed URL, you may see a page that
reads Profile Not Found.