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LinkedIn Automation in Autopilot and Login Session Resets

To minimize LinkedIn session resets in Autopilot, regularly check and close unused sessions, avoid logging in from unusual locations, and stay active on LinkedIn.


LinkedIn is a crucial platform for professional networking, used by many companies for marketing and sales connections. Autopilot offers automation to make your LinkedIn activities more efficient. However, sometimes you might need to log in to LinkedIn again through Autopilot due to security measures implemented by LinkedIn.

Why LinkedIn Resets Login Sessions

LinkedIn places great importance on the security of their users and their data. Therefore, they continuously monitor where sessions originate, what actions are performed, and when these actions occur. When LinkedIn detects a slight mismatch in this information, such as an irregularity in the login location or activity time, they may decide to reset the login sessions.

What Does This Mean for You?

When LinkedIn resets your login session, it may require you to re-link your LinkedIn account to Autopilot. This can happen more frequently to some users than others. This is because LinkedIn's security measures can vary per user based on their activity patterns and location data.

Tips to Minimize Issues

To minimize the chance of your LinkedIn login sessions being reset, you can take the following steps:

  1. Check your LinkedIn settings: Go to your LinkedIn settings page and ensure you close sessions you no longer use. This helps LinkedIn to get a clearer picture of your regular activities.
  2. Avoid Logging in from Unusual Locations: Try to log in from your usual locations and devices as much as possible.
  3. Stay Active: Regular activity on LinkedIn helps maintain a consistent activity pattern, which can help LinkedIn recognize your sessions as legitimate.

How to Manage LinkedIn Sessions

  1. Go to your LinkedIn profile.
  2. Click on your profile photo in the top right corner and select "Settings & Privacy".
  3. Navigate to the "Where you're signed in" section.
  4. Review the list of active sessions and close sessions you no longer use.
By following these steps, you can ensure that your LinkedIn activities remain consistent and reduce the chances of unexpected login session resets.


While it can be inconvenient to have to log in to LinkedIn again through Autopilot, these measures are essential for the security of your account. By regularly checking your settings and ending unnecessary sessions, you can help minimize these situations. Keep your LinkedIn account secure and enjoy the benefits of automation with Autopilot!