Hover in your Feed to surface more information, new Notification settings that give you more control, search connections of Connections and more features announced Thursday by LinkedIn. Also, a few features are back, too on users demand.
LinkedIn Profiles can now be access by simply hovering over people and companies to quickly see more details without having to click into their profile.
It’s also now possible to add multiple photos in posts, as the company npw let you select up to nine photos to share in a single post.
Additionally, LinkedIn will soon provide another way to share your professional insights and perspectives as it plan to bring native videos, so that users can easily record and post videos directly from the LinkedIn app. The feature is currently rolled out to a small group of members on mobile.
Now, when you share posts publicly, guests and logged out members can also now see these publicly shared posts, videos and articles on LinkedIn—you just need to post the URL to anywhere including other social networks to share. Should you decide to share with your connections only, you can always choose this option from the share box.
With analytics on posts now available on boh mobile and desktop, you can easily see insights such as: “about the companies viewers work at, their job titles, how they found your post, and how many people reshared your post and who they are.”
And, with the new “Connections of” filter, you can now easily search connections’ of your connections. And, from the search results, you can also now click on “mutual connections” to see common connections. Just make sure to reference those people when you reach out!
From settings, you can stop sharing your list of connections, so it’s only you sees them.
LinkedIn also added new notifications control, keeping you in the loop and in control of the updates you see—simply mute or turn off notifications “you no longer want to receive,” or “unfollow a connection,” so that “updates from them won’t appear in the notifications tab or in your Feed,” but you will remain connected.
Lastly, a new through a new central hub on desktop, LinkedIn has made available all premium features accessible to its premium members, that include: managing account, personalized insights, jobs where you’re a top applicant, recommended LinkedIn Learning courses and more. To access premium features, click on the “Me” tab and go to “Access My Premium.”
And, of course, Windows 10 users can now access LinkedIn through the new desktop app for Windows 10.
Watch the two videos below to learn more about new customizable notifications and new connections of connections search: