Whether a new job or a meeting with other professionals, LinkedIn is making sharing a great experience on with lates round of features launched today to the posting that include: an ability to add multiple photos in a single post on iOS with “Android and desktop getting it soon.”
Share draft article before publishing
For moments like these, getting feedback from your colleagues and friends can help reduce the anxiety and ultimately lead to an even better piece,
Another ability now provide an option to share a draft of your article before hitting publish. In the article edit menu, just click on the “Share Draft” to get the link to share your post draft for people to see it.
Managing comments on posts
With this ability, you can now disable comments on any posts and articles. Additionally, if you don’t want to join the discussion, you can now remove mentions of yourself in posts or comments where you’ve been tagged.
Share your LinkedIn posts everywhere on the web
LinkedIn also now allow guests and logged out members to see posts, videos and articles—as you can now from the control menu, grab the post’s URL and share it on Facebook, Twitter or anywhere on the web.
Also, recently teaming up with Samsung, the company said, that on the new Bixby on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, users can access to LinkedIn’s content and calendar experience.
With just a swiping right on Bixby home, “you can prep for upcoming meetings and tackle the day ahead, with details such as who you’re meeting with and top news of the day.”
With this ability, ahead of a meeting, Bixby will notify about the meeting through “My Schedule” notifications, and will also share peoples’ LinkedIn profile links your are scheduled to meet with, enabling you to see other relevant background info such as shared connections.
Also, you will be able to keep track of all recent appointments, connect, or follow ups and you can even send a message, as the information of all completed meetings will now be available under “LinkedIn: People You Met.”
Additionally, Bixby will also show latest news and perspectives with an easy way to access Trending Storylines on LinkedIn. Bixby Home’s LinkedIn prompt cards are surfaced contextually throughout your day to help you work smarter.
To set it up, install LinkedIn app and log-in to your account.