We’ve all been on Linkedin, whether in search of that dream job or looking to connect with like-minded professionals. A social media platform that allows you to stay up to date with the newest trends in the job market and a place for recruiters and candidates alike.
But Linkedin is also a search engine for candidates, with the importance of adding keywords on the recruiter’s behalf. With all that in mind, you can build up your portfolio and start shinning with an all-star profile.
Although Linkedin is an essential tool for professionals, what can be done when our attempts to login into the platform are greeted by Bummer, something went wrong. We’re having difficulty connecting error?
Community threads have been discussing this issue for quite some time on Linkedin. With numerous users pointing out to the prevalence of this occurrence:
I cannot refresh my LinkedIn homepage without it saying “Oops, something went wrong”. I then have to close the tab and open a new one just to be able to get back on LinkedIn. Is this going to be fixed anytime soon or is the website just going to stay broken?
How to fix Linkedin something went wrong. Please try again error?
1. Clear your browser cache
A helpful tip is clearing out your cache and cookies from your browser. However, if the problem persists, try switching between to a different browser and see if the error reemerges.
For Chrome follow these steps:
- Open Chrome. At the top right, click More.
- Click More tools then click Clear browsing data.
- Choose a time range, might be Last hour or All time.
- Select the type of data you want to remove.
- Click the Clear data button.
- You’re all set.
For Mozilla follow these steps:
- Click on the Menu button and choose Options.
- Select the Privacy & Security panel and go to the Cookies and Site Data section.
- Click the Manage Data button. Now the Manage Cookies and Site Data dialog will appear.
- In the Search websites field, type the name of the site whose cookies you want to remove.
- To remove all cookies and storage data for the website, click Remove All Shown.
- To remove selected items, select an entry and click Remove Selected.
- Click Save Changes.
- Click OK in the Removing Cookies and Site Data confirmation section, then close the Options menu.
For Microsoft Edge follow these steps:
- To view your browsing history, select Favorites then History.
- Select Clear history.
- Choose the types of data you want to remove from your machine, then select Clear.
- If you are using Cortana and wish to clear browsing history that’s stored in the cloud, select Change what Microsoft Edge knows about me in the cloud, then select Clear activity.
2. Check the client_id
This solution can be helpful to individuals who are having issues with login into their LinkedIn Developer Portal accounts. Make sure that your client_id in the authorize URL matches the client_Id on your APP page. Also, make sure that the redirect_url value in your authorize URL section has been authorized on your app page.
Be sure to try all of our solutions, and let us know if they worked for you.
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