How to Scrape LinkedIn Data to ClickUp

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to scrape data from any LinkedIn profile page, place it into a web form, and submit it to a CRM for later reference. All these will be done automatically, with no manual work involved.

Upon completion of this tutorial, you will have a bot that will perform the following tasks (in sequence) automatically:

  1. Crawl any given LinkedIn profile.
  2. Retrieve profile’s name and website URL.
  3. Send this information to a ClickUp form and submit it.

The collected information will be saved in your ClickUp CRM account.


To achieve the desired results through this guide, here is the list of tools/things required:

1. A LinkedIn account

To see someone’s LinkedIn profile, you will first need to log in to your personal LinkedIn account.

2. ClickUp Form

This is a publicly accessible web form created using ClickUp that consists of the Name field, the Website URL field, and a Submit button.

Related: How to create a ClickUp form.

3. Google Chrome + Extension

Axiom is the platform where all the automation processes will be created. A free Axiom account gives you two hours of run time, which will be sufficient for this task.

Download the Chrome extension and sign up for a free account.

Scraping Data from LinkedIn to ClickUp Form

Go to the LinkedIn profile you want to scrape with Chrome, then click the Chrome extension icon.

axiom browser extension

Click “+ New Automation“, and replace “New Task Title” with “LinkedIn to ClickUp“.

new automation

Step #1

Click “+ Create New Automation“.

create new automation

In Add step, search for “Current URL“, and click to add the first given result.

current url result

Step #2

Next, click “+ Add a step“.

add second step

Search for “Interact with a page’s interface“, and add it as the second step.

interact with page ui

Click “Insert Data“, and select “[current-url]]” from the drop-down.

insert data current url

Now that the bot knows which page we are targeting. Let’s program it to scrape the data we want.

Step #2.2

Click “+ Add a sub step“, search and add “Get data from a webpage“.

get data from webpage

Click the “Select” button.

select button

On the LinkedIn Page, click once on the Name.

LinkedIn get name

Go to the bottom, click “Add column +” then go back to the profile and click once on the URL.

add column

Click “Complete” button at the bottom when done.

complete button

Step #3

Click “+ Add a step“, this time, search and add “Interact with a page’s interface“.

interact with page interface

Under “Enter URL”, enter the ClickUp Form’s URL, and then click “Open URL in new tab“.

ClickUp new tab

This will open up the ClickUp form in a new tab. Click on the Chrome extension icon again to resume.

resume from

Step #3.2

Click “+ add a sub step“, search, and add “Enter Text“.

Under “Select text field“, click the “Select text field” button, click once on the Name’s field in the ClickUp form, and click “Complete“.

name field

Under “Text“, click “Insert Data” ,select “all-interaction-data…“.

all interaction data

Select Column A and then click “Save and close“.

col a save close

Step #3.3

Click “+ add a sub step“, search, and add “Enter Text“.

Under “Select text field“, click the “Select text field” button. This time, click once on the Website’s field in the ClickUp form and click “Complete“.

website field

Under “Text“, click “Insert Data” ,select “all-interaction-data…“, select Column B, and then click “Save and close“.

Step #3.4

Click “+ add a sub step“, search and add “Click Element“. Click “Select” button on the ClickUp form page, click on the Submit button, and then click “Complete“.

click element

The setup of the automation is now complete. Let’s give it a test run.

Do a Test Run

Open a LinkedIn profile in your chrome browser. Click on the extension, click “Run” in the “LinkedIn to ClickUp” and select “Run in cloud“.

run in cloud

Note: You can also select “Run w/ desktop app”, but this will require the installation of the Axiom desktop app.

This will start the automation, and once it’s done, you will see the collected data in your ClickUp account.

ClickUp result