Manager’s Choice is a great tool for LinkedIn Group owners to use to feature and highlight specific content to their group members. Learn how to change managers choice on LinkedIn Groups in just a few steps.
Before you begin changing manager’s choice on your LinkedIn Group posts though, it’s important to know that not all posts can be set for managers choice.
Types of posts for LinkedIn Groups
Here is an example of two types of posts made in LinkedIn Groups. Notice that one is bold and the other is not. Posts that are in bold can be set to managers choice. Posts that are not in bold cannot be set for managers choice and only link off to the website link provided.
Follow these instructions on how to change managers choice on your LinkedIn Group posts.
Have you ever received the following message when you tried to join a group on LinkedIn? While the instructions are not very clear on what you need to do next, the answer is simple. It’s time to leave a LinkedIn group.
Limits on LinkedIn groups
For those of you who are not aware, there is a limit on how many LinkedIn groups you can join. It’s 50.
You can join 50 LinkedIn groups and 50 LinkedIn sub-groups.
While I’m not sure who selected 50 as the limit on LinkedIn groups, once you’ve reached this threshold, the only way you can join any more groups is to either withdraw a request to join a LinkedIn group or leave a LinkedIn group.
This is where things can get frustrating because at no point on this error page does LinkedIn tell you what that number is or even how to fix the issue.
The solution to LinkedIn groups
Having encountered this situation previously, I thought I would share instructions on how to leave a LinkedIn group so that you can spend your time joining more groups and less time looking for instructions on how to fix your issue.