How Do I Add My Certificate to My LinkedIn Profile?
Adding to LinkedIn using Credly (recommended)
The recommended method for adding your certification to your LinkedIn profile is using Credly. First accept your badge at Credly and then follow the instructions provided by Credly for connecting your LinkedIn account and sharing your badge.
If you have lost your invitation email from Credly, access your Scrum.org Profile and click the “Manage at Credly” button for the certification(s) you plan to accept.
Manually adding your Scrum.org Certification to LinkedIn
To add your Scrum.org certification to your LinkedIn profile, click on “Add certifications” when editing your LinkedIn profile.
Type the Certification Name as it will not appear in the dropdown box:
- Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I)
- Professional Scrum Master II (PSM II)
- Professional Scrum Master III (PSM III)
- Professional Scrum Product Owner I (PSPO I)
- Professional Scrum Product Owner II (PSPO II)
- Professional Scrum Developer I (PSD I)
- Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS)
- Professional Agile Leadership I (PAL I)
- Professional Scrum with Kanban I (PSK I)
- Professional Agile Leadership - Evidence-Based Management (PAL-EBM)
Certification Authority: Scrum.org
License Number: Our certificates are not numbered, but if you wish to use a License Number, you may use your Scrum.org member ID. You can find this by logging into your account on Scrum.org, navigating to "my profile" and then copying the number in the URL after the last backslash. (Example: http://www.scrum.org/user/XXXX - the XXXX would be your member ID)
Time Period: Use the date you passed your assessment, which is visible on your Scrum.org profile page, and click the button to indicate that the certification does not expire.
Certification URL: For the certification URL, you may use your member profile URL. For example: http://www.scrum.org/user/XXXX - the XXXX would be your member ID.