It is not a game changer trick but a rather helpful one if you directly want to search within your #in connections’ connections.
Why do I think it is worth for sharing?
Let’s have an example, saying, we are after sourcing professionals from Poland.
Rather than going for #in Advanced Search and trying to apply a string I look for a person who is either based out of Poland or a Polish recruiting LION or having a large global/regional recruiting/sourcing network.
I use this link. It brings the network of that one person only and I can now better use the #in filtering options.
(The link above shows you my network, the pics below show the sample.)
I remove all mutual (1st level) connections assuming I already know and have re-connected with them.
Now I go for the location or add any new keywords or filter a company to narrow the results. Here we go!
I can now search everyone who I may have missed before!
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