How to Leave a LinkedIn Group in 2019

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LinkedIn Groups might have been interesting in the past, but it seems like with each iteration LinkedIn makes the functionality less and less useful.

In order to clean up some of my activity in LinkedIn I wanted to leave some of the groups that I was a part of.

I searched on how to do this, and a lot of the results showed a LinkedIn UI from several years ago. It was not immediately clear to me how to do this.

I figured it out eventually and am documenting the process step by step with screenshots below.

Navigate to the Groups Page to see all of the groups that you are a part of.
Select the group that you want to leave and then click on the "..." link to see a list of menu options. Select Leave this group
Confirm that you want to leave the group by selecting Leave.

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