I’m going to take a few minutes to show you how to convert your LinkedIn resume into a PDF file and upload it to your 225AM Document Library.
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- Log into the Resume Builder associated with your LinkedIn account and click on Manage Resumes in the upper right of your screen.
- If you have multiple versions of your resume you will need to convert them one at a time.
- Once your page comes up, simply click on the label PDF/Print at the top of your screen to begin the conversion
- Then navigate to where you want to save the file on your local hard drive after the conversion is finished.
- Once you verify that your PDF file has been saved to the desired location and you can return to your Document Library on 225AM.
- Click on the Manage under My Files and then on the Upload File button to find your file.
- You’ll see the filename you have assigned to your PDF appear at the top next to an editable text field that will allow you to rename your file.
- You do not have to rename your file. This is available as an option. Then you can assign the file to one of your existing tags.
- Or you can create a new tag by typing it into the Add a tag field. Documents organized and sorted by tags will be easier to manage.
All of your PDF and acceptable image files are available as attachments, and are viewable or downloadable from your Document Library. Native document files, like from Word or XL, are not viewable but can still be sent as attachments and only downloadable for further editing. It is also important that you know that your deleted files will still be viewable in your activity timeline.
It’s so simple. It works.