Connectifier is a tool used on Linked that can help you find email and social media profiles for candidates and is completely free for anyone with a LinkedIn Recruiter Corporate License.
If you have access to a Connectifier license then you can integrate it with Gem to give you an increased email coverage when sourcing on LinkedIn.
This article is designed to walk you through how to set up Connectifier and walk you through what the integration with Gem looks like.
Setting Up the Connectifier Integration
In order to set this integration up, you'll want to travel to the Connectifier login page and "Sign in With LinkedIn". Gem will automatically integrate with Connectifier once you've signed in so no need to configure any settings manually.
Go to LinkedIn and Source a candidate
Once you've logged into Connectifier and you've set up your Gem account, travel over to LinkedIn to see if the integration is working.
In a candidates page on LinkedIn, Connectifier will show up in a couple of areas:
- The Gem sidebar before you source a candidate
- The Gem sidebar after you source a candidate
Gem Sidebar before you source a candidate
Before you decide to source a candidate on LinkedIn, Gem will show you a preview of any email addresses that we have for a given candidate. With Connectifier setup, you will also see any emails that Connectifier has for a candidate. The way that we differentiate which emails that Gem or Connectifier has, is by putting the respective logos in each tool in front of the emails that each has provided.
Here an example of what the Gem sidebar would look like for a candidate that has emails from Gem and Connectifier before we've sourced them:
Gem Sidebar after you source a candidate
After you've downloaded a .PDF of a candidate's profile, Connectifier is going to show up in the email section of the Gem sidebar showing you a preview of what emails Connectifier has for a given candidate as well as how many Connectifier credits you have left. You can choose to unlock these emails by pressing the "Unlock Connectifier Emails" button.
Here is an example of what this looks like: