What is the best way to put certificates on LinkedIn?

For those of you sharing your certificates of completion on LinkedIn what method do you use?
CodeWithMosh doesn’t have an education page on LinkedIn neither is there a direct URL for our certs since the page is private and requires a user login. I’d like to hear some of your preferred alternatives.

I’d also like to use this opportunity to suggest that the admins/support create an education page on LinkedIn so that our certificates will have an official school logo.

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Hi there, how did you go with this? Facing this problem now.

Hi everyone. upload your certifaces to google drive and get the link over there. This way, anyone can reach your certificate without any log in.

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While the thread might be a couple of years ago, the question about sharing certificates on LinkedIn remains relevant. Even though CodeWithMosh doesn’t have a dedicated education page, you can still list your certificates under the “Education” section with a well-written description.

While the thread might be a couple of years ago, the question about sharing certificates on LinkedIn remains relevant.

When it comes to courses like CodeWithMosh, where there’s no direct URL, you can always create a post or update on your profile to mention the completion. Include a brief description of what you learned and the skills you gained – it’s a great way to catch the eye of potential connections and employers.As for your suggestion about creating an education page on LinkedIn, that sounds like a great idea! It would certainly make it easier for many learners to showcase their achievements.And if you’re ever looking to expand your LinkedIn network and connect with others who share your interests, you might want to consider using SMM followers services.