How to add an event on Linkedin

LinkedIn Events – Overview

The LinkedIn Events feature provides members with an easy way to create and join professional Events that interest them, such as meetups, online workshops, seminars, and more. LinkedIn members can use the feature to find and join communities, grow their business, network with others, and learn new skills.

The following types of roles are available for Events:

  • Organizer – A member who is the Event’s host. They create the Event, decide the details, and invite attendees. The Event organizer can either be an individual profile or a LinkedIn Page (if the organizer is a Page Admin). The Event organizer can’t be changed once the Event has been created. Check out these FAQs about how to organize an Event as a Page.
  • Attendee – A member who has either accepted an invitation to attend an Event or joined a public Event.

Here’s an interactive tutorial

https://www.iorad.com/player/1721635/Linkedin—How-to-add-an-event-on-Linkedin

22 STEPS

1. The first step is to open LinkedIn and click Event

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2. Click Event name

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3. Type Event name

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4. Click highlight

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5. Click Upload logo

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6. Click Apply

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7. Click edit to update banner

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8. Click Apply

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9. Scroll down and click Lynda.com

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10. Click Broadcast link

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11. Type in your Broadcast link

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12. Click Select start date

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13. Click Select start time

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14. Click Select end date

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15. Click Select end time

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16. Scroll down and click Description

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17. Type in a great Description

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18. Click Ticketing website

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19. Type Ticketing website

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20. Click Public event

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21. Scroll down and click Create

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22. That’s it. You’re done.

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