See how to view your current number of pending connection requests on both CloudKennect and LinkedIn as well as some tips to keep them below the "LinkedIn Jail" threshold.
(Last Edited April 11th, 2022)
Follow the video tutorial below or continue reading the knowledge base article.
It is possible for LinkedIn to restrict you from sending new invites if you accumulate between 250 and 500 or more pending connection requests.
How to View Pending Invites
You can see your current number of pending invitations on Kennected.
To do this, go to your CloudKennect Dashboard, scroll down, and see the number of pending invites below your name and profile image.
How to access Pending Invites on your LinkedIn Profile
- Click here to view Pending Invites on LinkedIn
- If you have over between 250-500 or more, it is highly possible you could be restricted from sending out new invites
- In this case, we suggest you start withdrawing those invites, beginning with the oldest ones
How to withdraw Pending Invites
How to avoid having too many outgoing Connection Requests?
The best way to limit the number of requests Kennected sends out is by setting the maximum number of daily invitations per sequence to a number that is comfortable for you and scales with your current number of connections on LinkedIn.
Typically, you don't want to send out any more than
- 30 requests per day below 500 connections
- 50 per day below 1000 connections
- 100 per day beyond 1000 connections
Important Note: When setting up your sequence, we suggest you set the **Withdraw request if not accepted ** anywhere between 5 and 10 days in order to avoid LinkedIn Jail
What should I do if get restricted on LinkedIn?
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Note: If you have any questions regarding the "View Pending Invites on LinkedIn" feature, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or file a ticket on the top of this page