LinkedIn is an American online service for business and jobs that works through websites and mobile apps. The platform, which started on May 5, 2003, is mostly used for professional networking. Job seekers can post their CVs and employers can post jobs.
Users of LinkedIn make professional profiles that look like resumes. These profiles let other site members learn more about the users' business backgrounds, areas of expertise, and groups or organisations they belong to. After making a profile, users can add other users to their network.
How do I download videos from LinkedIn?
1. Copy Video's Link
Open the video you want to download on Linkedin and copy its link.
2. Paste Video's Link
Paste the video's link into the search bar at the top of this page, then click the Download button.
3. Get the video
A list of all the download options that are available is shown. To save the video, right-click on the download button and choose "Save."
Why use DownloadNee App to download videos from LinkedIn?
Free of charge
The LinkedIn Video Downloader is free and easy to use. You don't need to open an account or download any software to use it.
Support multiple video resolutions
The free video downloader works with both SD and HD quality videos. You can select many formats as you like 320p, 480p, 720p, 1080p, etc.
It's Not Just LinkedIn
This free video downloader works with more than 40 online video sites, such as 9GAG, AkllTV, Bandcamp, Bitchute, Blogger/Blogspot, Break, Buzzfeed, Dailymotion, Douyin, ESPN, Facebook, Febspot, Flickr, Gaana, IMDB, Imgur, Instagram, Izlesene, Kwai, Likee, Linkedin, Liveleak, Mashable, Odnoklassniki (Ok.ru), Per
You can get video and audio from LinkedIn's supported website and save them in MP4, MP3, and other formats.
A fast rate of download
With our LinkedIn downloader, you can get videos from LinkedIn as quickly as possible. We don't slow down the speed of downloads.
Downloader for all platforms
Any operating system and browser can be used with our tool. You can download videos from LinkedIn on any device with a web browser, whether it runs Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, or Android.