[QW9] – Adding professional bullets to your LinkedIn profile

by | Mar 20, 2021

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Yeees, I know LinkedIn® has a way to add bullet points to your About section.

But the ones I’ve seen are unprofessional (‘cutesy’ icons, really), and LinkedIn keeps changing the code and/or rules for adding them.

Got the solution for ya when it comes to:

[QW9] – Adding professional bullets to your LinkedIn profile

If you check out my LinkedIn profile, you’ll see a bulleted list among the text.

It looks professional and – pretty much – as it would in MSWord®.

This is probably because I created it in MSWord. 😎

Create your About text in your word processor and copy it to LinkedIn.

The spacing between bullets and their text may be weird, but you can fix it once it’s in LI.

Well, there you go. I think this is the fastest Quick Win of all time!

I hope you found it helpful and will share your ideas on this topic.

Use one of these points for a comment, or bring your own:

  • If you’ve used them, do you like the icon bullets available with LI? 
  • Have you had any issues with LinkedIn’s bullets?
  • How do you use lists in your LinkedIn profile?

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  1. Norman Phelps

    Hi Kathie,

    Thanks again for sharing your expertise. I create a lot of text in Word to copy and paste to various websites and even email. I can start generating my input and if the need arises I can leave it and come back later with a fresh look. Stay safe and Happy Easter.

    • Kathie York

      You are welcome, Norm,

      I do this as well, especially if it is a critical email.

      It keeps me off-line longer and lets me check everything.

      Thanks for stopping by.
      As always, I appreciate your input, K.


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