LinkedIn Message Templates
Pre-fill a LinkedIn text input with templates stored in Google Sheets
How to Use
This mod provides templates for your text on LinkedIn pages
Activate the Mod
- Activate this mod by clicking this link or by clicking the purple Activate button in the top corner above the gif ^^.
- Select the Google Sheet you created in the PreReqs, and then choose our Built In ✨ OpenAI integration from the dropdown.
- Click the purple Activate button at the bottom of the sidebar, and you're good to go!
Try it Out
- Head to LinkedIn.
- Go to your messages and notice the purple button at the bottom. Click it!
- A sidebar appears with templated messages, and automatically drafts the first one in your message box. You can change it by selecting another one.
- Now search for a profile and find someone you haven't connected with. Feel free to use me!. Click the Connect button to start the connection request. Select
Add Noteand then choose the
My Templatesbutton that appears.
My Templatesopens a similar sidebar panel and shows you templated connection message options. You'll also see the option to generate a connection request message with AI! Click it to ask ChatGPT to create a custom connection message.
- From your LinkedIn Home feed, right click in comment field below a post to open the Context Menu. Click the **✨ My Templates ** action.
- Your first comment template will be applied, but you can select another template from the sidebar panel that appears.
Customize the templates
Open the Google Sheet you created in the PreReqs. Change out the text in Column B with any text you'd like for either Greetings or Messages, respectively.
If you'd like to add more options, simply add another row and update Column A with either
Message, then add your text in Column B.
Mod not working? Try these tips:
- Reactivate the mod and use an exact copy of the template provided (no changes in the spreadsheet).
- Refresh the PixieBrix extension (head to
chrome://extension and toggle on/off switch next to the PixieBrix extension)
- Refresh the page on LinkedIn