Extract and analyze data from LinkedIn profiles on Snopes.com

This prebuilt tool automatically extracts important information from LinkedIn profiles on Snopes.com. It can extract data like the person's name, job title, company, skills, education, and contact information. You can export this data to a spreadsheet, Google Sheets, or Airtable, or use it in custom workflows with API integration. This tool makes it easy to gather and use professional data without any coding required.

To use this tool, you just need to provide a list of LinkedIn profile URLs from Snopes.com. We've provided a sample URL of one of our founders to get you started.

Extract and monitor new NYC jobs posted on BuildInNYC.com on Snopes.com

BuildInNYC.com is a website where you can find tech and startup jobs in New York City. There are many job postings on the site, which can make it difficult to keep track and find the right job for you.

Jsonify's prebuilt tool simplifies this process by automatically extracting job listings from BuildInNYC.com. It gathers important data like job title, company name, location, job type, description, requirements, salary range, benefits, company rating, and the job application link.

Once the job listings are extracted, you can export the data in different formats like a spreadsheet, Google Sheets, or Airtable. You can also set up a monitor to track new job postings, identify trends in the tech job market, and stay informed about opportunities with your preferred companies. This tool is useful for job seekers, career advisors, and HR professionals who want to stay updated on the tech employment landscape in NYC.

To use this tool, you just need to provide a search URL on BuildInNYC.com. We've included a sample URL to get you started.

Extract Extension info from Chrome Web Store on Snopes.com

This prebuilt tool extracts information from Chrome Web Store extension pages and provides the results in JSON or CSV format. You can easily integrate this tool with services like Airtable or Google Sheets to collect multiple extensions at once.

To use this tool, you just need to provide the URL of the extension on Chrome Web Store.

Jsonify extracts details like the extension's name, source, rating, rating count, category, number of users, and overview.