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About LinkedIn information and features in Microsoft apps and services

You can see information from LinkedIn public profiles in Microsoft apps and services, for example when you hover over a person's image in Outlook. If you connect your LinkedIn and Microsoft accounts, you may see additional LinkedIn profile information. Over time, you can also expect your networking experience on LinkedIn to be improved and enriched with data from your Microsoft account.

Note: You'll only see LinkedIn information if you or your organization have received an update that includes LinkedIn features, or if you've joined the Office Insider program. Some LinkedIn features are being introduced gradually, so the LinkedIn features you see may differ slightly from what is described in this article.

Important: We respect your privacy and will honor your LinkedIn privacy and profile visibility settings. Learn more about privacy when using LinkedIn in your Microsoft work our school account (for example sam@contoso.com), or your Microsoft personal account (for example sam.raley@outlook.com)

In which Microsoft apps and services can I see LinkedIn information?

You can see LinkedIn information in Resume Assistant in Word and on profile cards in:

  • Outlook web-based apps (Outlook.com and Outlook on the web)

  • SharePoint Online (only for Microsoft school or work accounts)

  • OneDrive for Business (only for Microsoft school or work accounts)

To see a person’s profile card, just hover over their picture or name.

Profile card in Outlook

Frequently Asked Questions

Before you connect your accounts, you may see some LinkedIn profile information such as a person’s LinkedIn profile photo, name, company, and job title in your Microsoft apps and services.

After you connect accounts, you may see additional LinkedIn profile information. For example, you can gain insights on things you have in common with others, such as that you attended the same school, without having to leave your Microsoft apps or services and go to LinkedIn. Or, when communicating with a colleague in Outlook, you can easily see if you and that colleague share a common connection on LinkedIn.

Over time, you can also expect your networking experience on LinkedIn to be improved and enriched with information from your Microsoft account. For example, LinkedIn may suggest that you connect to some of your Microsoft contacts.

Note: You may not see all LinkedIn profiles because of individual privacy settings. For more information, see I don’t see a person’s LinkedIn information in my Microsoft apps or services. Why not?

If you choose not to connect your LinkedIn and Microsoft accounts, you will not see LinkedIn information in Microsoft apps and services. For example, when communicating with a colleague, you will not be able to send a direct invitation to connect or see if you have any connections in common.

  1. Go to a Microsoft app or solution, for example Outlook.com.

  2. Select someone's profile picture or name to open their profile card.

  3. Select LinkedIn.

  4. Select Yes, let's go / Continue to LinkedIn.

  5. Sign in to your LinkedIn account.

  6. Select Accept. Your accounts are now connected.

    Note: You must select Accept in step 6 above to see LinkedIn information on profile cards in Microsoft apps and services.

  1. Go to a Microsoft app or solution, for example Outlook on the web.

  2. Select someone's profile picture or name to open their profile card.

  3. Select LinkedIn.

  4. Select Yes, let's go / Continue to LinkedIn.

  5. Sign in to your LinkedIn account.

  6. Select Accept to connect your LinkedIn account with Microsoft.

  7. Select Accept to connect your Microsoft account with LinkedIn.

  8. Your accounts are now connected. Select Got it! to exit the connection screens.

    Note: You must select Accept in steps 6 and 7 above to see LinkedIn information on profile cards in Microsoft apps and services.

When you connect your LinkedIn account to your Microsoft personal account, you allow LinkedIn to provide profile, interests, subscription, and connections data to Microsoft. You also allow Microsoft to provide profile, calendar, interests, subscriptions, and contacts data to LinkedIn. Contacts that have been imported to LinkedIn from your Microsoft account will be stored and persist on LinkedIn until you remove them.

Learn more about the type of data that is shared after connecting LinkedIn and your Microsoft personal accounts.

When you connect your LinkedIn account to your Microsoft work or school account, you allow LinkedIn to provide profile, interests, subscriptions, and connections data to Microsoft.

When you connect your Microsoft to your LinkedIn account, you allow Microsoft to provide the following data to LinkedIn:

  • Profile data - includes information like your first name, last name, profile photo, email address, manager, and people that you manage

  • Calendar data - includes meetings in your calendars, their times, locations, and attendees' contact information. Information about the meeting, like agenda, content, or meeting title is not included in the calendar data.

  • Subscriptions data - includes subscriptions provided by your organization to Microsoft apps and services, such as Office 365.

  • Contacts data - includes contact lists in Outlook, Skype, and other Microsoft account services, including the contact information for people you frequently communicate or collaborate with. Contacts will be periodically imported, stored, and used by LinkedIn, for example to suggest connections, help organize contacts, and show updates about contacts. Contacts that have been imported to LinkedIn from your Microsoft account will be stored and persist on LinkedIn until you remove them.

    Learn more about the type of data that is shared after connecting LinkedIn and your Microsoft work or school account.

When you connect your accounts and share data between Microsoft and LinkedIn, in most cases, your data will be shared through application programming interfaces (API) access and will not be subject to long-term storage by LinkedIn. Note, however, that contacts that have been imported to LinkedIn from either your Microsoft personal or Microsoft work or school account will persist on LinkedIn until you remove them.

Learn more about managing your imported contacts on LinkedIn.

Learn more about LinkedIn services, data transfer, and storage.

The Microsoft data you share is used to customize your LinkedIn experience. For example, LinkedIn may suggest that you connect to some of your Microsoft contacts.

Learn more about how data is used in the LinkedIn privacy policy.

You can always request a copy of the personal data that LinkedIn stores by going to Account Settings on your LinkedIn profile. LinkedIn will provide you the data in an easily readable format, including any data that has been imported from your Microsoft account, such as your contacts.

Learn more about viewing data in the LinkedIn Privacy FAQs.

Yes. You can remove data sharing permissions by disconnecting your accounts. For personal account, see How do I disconnect my LinkedIn and Microsoft personal accounts? For work or school account, see How do I disconnect my LinkedIn and Microsoft work or school accounts?

Important: Contacts that have been imported to LinkedIn from your Microsoft personal or work or school account are not automatically deleted when you disconnect accounts. Learn about managing your imported contacts on LinkedIn

Nothing changes with the emails that are associated with your LinkedIn account. Neither your work or school, nor your personal Outlook email address will be added to your LinkedIn account when you connect accounts.

Nothing changes with your email. LinkedIn will send messages to the same email address as before.

Also, connecting accounts doesn’t change what happens when you send and receive messages on LinkedIn.

Connecting your accounts doesn't automatically change your Microsoft or LinkedIn profile photos.

Yes, you’re in control of your account, so you can select both if and how others will see your LinkedIn information. Learn how you can adjust your LinkedIn public profile settings.

It might be because:

There could be different reasons, such as:

  • The person doesn’t have a LinkedIn profile.

  • The person has LinkedIn account settings that limit profile visibility.

For example, let’s say that your personal account is sam.raley@outlook.com, and your work account is sam@contoso.com. To get the full LinkedIn experience in both accounts, you should connect both your personal account and your work account with your LinkedIn account.

To connect your personal account, see How do I connect my LinkedIn and my Microsoft personal accounts?

To connect your work or school account, see How do I connect my LinkedIn and Microsoft work or school accounts?

Nothing changes with your profile information. Your information on LinkedIn will not replace your information in Microsoft or the other way around.

For example, let’s say that your title on your LinkedIn profile is “Senior Researcher”, and your title in your Microsoft profile is “Sr UX researcher”. In this case, your title on your LinkedIn profile will still be shown as “Senior Researcher”, and your title on your Microsoft profile will still be shown as “Sr UX researcher”.

Yes, as long as your Microsoft work or school accounts are with different organizations. For example, let’s say you work full time for Contoso and part time for Fabrikam. You can connect your LinkedIn account to both work accounts.

We recommend that you disconnect your accounts when you leave your current job. If you get a Microsoft work account from your new employer, you can connect this to your LinkedIn account.
Learn what happens to your data when you disconnect accounts .

To disconnect and remove data sharing permissions from your Microsoft personal account, do the following:

  1. Sign in to your Microsoft account at https://accounts.microsoft.com

  2. Select Privacy.

  3. Under Other privacy settings, select Apps and services that can access your data.

  4. Select LinkedIn.

  5. Select Remove these permissions.

To disconnect and remove data sharing permissions from your LinkedIn account, see Disconnecting Your LinkedIn and Microsoft Accounts.

Important: Contacts that have been imported to LinkedIn from your Microsoft personal account are not automatically deleted when you disconnect accounts. Learn about managing your imported contacts on LinkedIn

To disconnect and remove data sharing permissions from your Microsoft work or school account, do the following:

  1. Sign in to your Microsoft work or school account at https://account.activedirectory.windowsazure.com/profile.

  2. Under App permissions, select LinkedIn.

  3. Select Remove permissions.

To disconnect and remove data sharing permissions from your LinkedIn account, see Disconnecting Your LinkedIn and Microsoft Accounts.

Important: Contacts that have been imported to LinkedIn from your Microsoft work or school account are not automatically deleted when you disconnect accounts. Learn about managing your imported contacts on LinkedIn.

You can only turn off LinkedIn information for Office 2016 apps on your local PC. Here's how you do that:

  1. In Outlook 2016, Word 2016, PowerPoint 2016 or Excel 2016 select File > Options.

  2. In the General section, under LinkedIn Features, clear the check box Show LinkedIn features in my Office applications.

  3. Select OK to save your changes.

Note: When you turn off LinkedIn information in one Office 2016 app, LinkedIn information will not be shown in any of the Office 2016 apps that you have on your local PC.
You may have to restart your Office 2016 app to see the change.

In Microsoft's web-based apps and services, such as Outlook.com or OneDrive for Business, LinkedIn information and features are fully integrated, so you can’t turn it off. However, you can control how others will see your LinkedIn information. Learn how you can adjust your LinkedIn public profile visibility.

Yes. Data sharing between LinkedIn and Microsoft complies with the GDPR.

For information about how Microsoft meets requirements of the GDPR, see Microsoft.com/GDPR and the Microsoft Privacy Statement.

For information about how LinkedIn meets requirements of the GDPR, see LinkedIn and GDPR.

See Also

User consent and data sharing

LinkedIn account connections

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