Linkedin command line interface (cli) is a python 3 console application to handle authentication and communication with LinkedIn API v2.
Linkedin-cli requires a linkedin application client id and client secret to authenticate a user on the linkedin api v2. Create a linkedin application on linkedin developer site if you don’t have already.
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python3 -m pip install linkedin-cli
python3 -m linkedin
usage: linkedin <command> [<args?] These are common linkedin commands used in various situations: config Get and set linkedin-cli options login Login with a user for api access me Display logged in user details post Share a post Other commands help Print help (this message) version Print the version information
Run below command and provide your client id and secret of your linkedin application. Configuration will be saved to
linkedin configure set application
Go to `auth` page of your linkedin application and add `http://localhost:4625` address as the `Authorized redirect URLs for your app` on the *OAuth 2.0 settings* section.
Run below command and authenticate your linkedin application for your user on the opened web dialog. Once approved your api token will be stored to
Put content between double quotes, new lines supported. Only text content supported currently.
linkedin post "Hello connections! Sent from my terminal via linkedin-cli"
Default visibility option for post command is
connections. Visibility option can be set as
linkedin post -v public "Hello world! Sent from my terminal via linkedin-cli"
python3 setup.py build