LinkedIn Login App

Below are the steps on how you can create LinkedIn app and integrate it with the MyWifi platform:

  1. Go to and login with your LinkedIn Username and Password.

  2. Click the Create Application button

  3. Enter the company name. As you type this will also search LinkedIn for the company name.

  4. Choose and application name, this will usually be your client's business name plus Free WiFi or something similar, this will be seen by the Guest upon login

  5. Fill in an Application Description, this is not Guest facing

  6. A Logo is required  for your app.  The Format and Dimensions are as follows:

    PNG or JPEG format. The image must be square and at least 80 x 80 pixels, and no larger than 5 MB in size.

  7. Chose a use for your application 

  8. Enter a Website URL, this is where the Guest can find more information about the App

  9. Enter a Privacy Policy URL.  This is your Privacy Policy found on your website

  10. Enter the Business Email of your client

  11. Enter a business phone number. This will be the number Guests will use regarding the app

  12. Accept the Terms and click Submit

  13. Be sure to check r_emailaddress under Default Application Permissions

  14. Enter your Authorized Redirect URL under OAuth 2.0

    Once entered, click Update

    The URL will be:

    "" is the Domain entered in the  Branding >> Custom Domain - Social Portal  field. If you do not have a Custom Domain you can use in place of the bold domain above.

  15. Copy your Client ID and Client Secret

  16. In the MyWiFi Control Panel, select Apps from the left menu

  17. Click the red Add New Integration button in the upper right corner of the screen

  18. Select Social Apps and select LinkedIn

  19. Paste the API ID and the API Secret into their respective fields and click Proceed

    You have now successfully added a new LinkedIn app for use in your campaigns.

    If you have any questions about this, please contact our support team by clicking the support icon in the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

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