Use this HTML to add a Certificate "Add to profile" button directly into your emails or website.
<div><a href="https://www.linkedin.com/profile/add?startTask=CERTIFICATION_NAME" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img src="https://download.linkedin.com/desktop/add2profile/buttons/en_US.png " alt="LinkedIn Add to Profile button"></a></div>
You can also use this link for users to directly add your Certification to their profiles
https://www.linkedin.com/profile/add?startTask=CERTIFICATION_NAME
Use this HTML to add a Degree "Add to profile" button directly into your emails or website.
<div><a href="https://www.linkedin.com/profile/add?startTask=SCHOOL_NAME" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img src="https://download.linkedin.com/desktop/add2profile/buttons/en_US.png" alt="LinkedIn Add to Profile button"></a></div>
You can also use this link for users to directly add your Degree to their profiles
https://www.linkedin.com/profile/add?startTask=SCHOOL_NAME

Success stories

We have recently made some changes to our Add to Profile functionality, which will impact how third-party information is populated into fields on a LinkedIn member’s profile. 

Specifically, if a member wants to add certificate or degree fields to their profile, they can continue to do so using the “Add to Profile” flow; however, it will no longer autofill. Members will have to enter the relevant information directly on their profile. 

Developers who implement Add To Profile can now use a static URL to generate their button. Links will no longer be customized for a specific certificate or degree. After clicking “Add To Profile,” users will be directed to a profile form where they can fill out the details of their certificate or degree. Existing customized buttons will continue to work, but they will now direct to the new experience without auto-filling certificate or degree information.

You can find more information on our HelpCenter.