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I use the app constantly, so where the heck is the iPad version!!!!
Please, LinkedIn for the love of God, build an iPad app for Sales Navigator! I am paying a bunch of money to be able to access my network, share information and find new clients but I want to be able to do that with the best experience possible; I want to be able to do that natively on the iPad without having to go through a browser! Especially since I have to send all my InMail through Sales Navigator, we should have access to an iPad app. Please fix this for us as professionals who are constantly on the go, we should be able to get the best experience possible from something we are paying for. Thank you guys! Also, I must say, I absolutely love Sales Navigator as a tool and on the iPhone it is very stable, works smoothly and looks good. (Now just that iPad app, for reals) ok, I’m done, I think they get the picture.
Can’t live w/o it - areas to improve
I couldn’t live without sales navigator and it gets the job done that I need it to. That said, I feel like the user interface and user experience are a bit unpolished in number of ways and it’s surprising to me that they haven’t been addressed. You can’t sort lead and account lists by header rows and since things aren’t sorted alphabetically (I can make sense of the order) this gets annoying when your list gets to be more than a page. Several other eye-rolling user annoyances but like I said, I’d still recommend it to anyone and consider it one of my top tools because of the up-to-date access it gives me to information.
Works good but I wanted to upgrade to Sales Navigator team so I can synchronize with my crm. Since I purchased through the app it was billed through the apple store so I was not able to upgrade. I had to cancel through apple who already billed for the first month. Then I have to wait for the month to end before going to the Linkedin website and paying for sales navigator team With a credit card. So I have to wait a month to set the service I need and have to pay for this month even though it’s mostly useless without integration with my crm. Very poor purchase/upgrade system!!! Update: I tried the link Sales Navigator suggested and requested a refund from Apple and it was denied!
Valuable, but limited
Really valuable tool, but limited by two big factors, 1) thousands of companies have no presence on LinkedIn and 2) the information about those that do is entirely dependent on what is voluntarily shared. Filtering by Revenue for example is really limiting in that the data is often outdated or non-existent. It’s not culled from external sources but dependent on the company to keep their profile updated. LinkedIn is a great resource for B2B selling but it should not be the only resource. That said, Sales Navigator is a great tool for what it does. Just know that you’re only reaching a fraction of your market.
Hands down the best sales tool I’ve ever used
Finding new prospects and actually being able to connect with them is incredible. Prospects become friends and I stay in touch with a ton of people. Great to see live updates and expand my network. 10/10
This app isn’t particularly useful
I’d like to see an iPad version with more of the Sales Navigator functionality. So far, the “discover” feature hasn’t suggested anything even remotely related to the accounts I’m seeking, even though I’ve saved 100’s of accounts in Sales Navigator. Regarding the app and the web version of Navigator: PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE integrate messaging between Navigator and LinkedIn. It is SO FRUSTRATING to have conversations in both places. I’m having to find contacts in Navigator and look up the conversation in LinkedIn just so I don’t start threads in two places.
Need more CRM style feature + iPad application
I really enjoy using LinkedIn SN. I would love to be able to use the application via my ipad and have ALL the same features offered via the web on my mobile devises. Please consider adding more CRM style features: List Sort Run Reports Activity Value of opportunity etc... Sorting via address (location) Require a business contact card so when you connect you have the full contact information - managing business cards is very old school-maybe an e-card can be sent with a trusted new connection and updated based on any changes in jobs is updated. LinkedIn has become my most used tool and functionality adds are important. Also can you email the monthly statement for LI SN ?
Useful yet frustrating
The data LinkedIn has is unmatched but completing even simple tasks through the app is frustrating beyond belief. Seeing pathways to connections is only sometimes shown which is likely the most important feature. Doing searches within your own network is complicated to figure out. I wish they spent more time on the things that mattered- better ux around finding the right prospects and finding pathways to connect with them quickly
How could you mess this up that bad
For the cost of Sales Navigator I really cannot believe how terrible this app is for iPad. The LinkedIn app rules. But c’mon I have to view in portrait so my keyboard on my iPad is useless unless I want to turn my head sideways. I can’t even log in via the web because it takes me right to the app. I thought when I signed up it would be just like it is on the PC, nested within linkedin. Nope, separate terrible app that now makes all my work on the go useless. I love you LinkedIn, I love you so much but dude I hate this App.
iPad App needed and PBJ
I like the product so far. But I am in agreement with all the very many request I see on your reviews about the necessity for an iPad App. In this day and age and for a paid monthly service this should be a given. This is a bit like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I can eat a peanut butter sandwich but not near as good or enjoyable in the experience of eating a good PBJ. Please realize the same applies here as it’s good but near as good as it could be. Thanks
Best business platform for generating new business out there today
It’s the #1 tool out there today, the amount of information it provides on a prospect is unparalleled. I’ve scheduled more new business meetings through Sales Navigator then any other service or tool.
Ready for another level to satisfy your business acumen and curiosity? This is it. I am never disappointed with the intel it sends my way, each and every day. Intuitive and thoughtful. I give it two thumbs up.
What is this UI?
I’ve never written a review before but this UI is an inspiration to write about. An old iPhone UI for an app on an iPad that you pay 80 a month for? It is inconceivable. It really isn’t very hard to build an iPad interface, have someone there read a book on Swift and convert it. Also, is there no web view? If so, what is happening? Please LinkedIn, take an immediate look. I gave it 2 stars rather than 1 because it is useful info.
The app is ok but has some big flaws: 1. The discover tab shows the same account results every day 2. LinkedIn and sales navigator messages are treated like two different things. They are the same and should show in both apps. 3. Searching for new leads/accounts by filtering is limited via the app 4. Push notifications only sporadically work (this is a big issue) 5. Can’t sync new leads / accounts to Salesforce. Makes it difficult to prospect and track without excessive data entry (More an issue with the service than the app) 6. The Salesforce sync that does exist is poorly executed. It’s using legacy notes/attachment objects.
This is the missing link to relationship selling. Very organized and to the point. A must have for any sales professional.
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