The notifications tab, where people access timely and relevant updates about their network, see their activity, content shared, and connections today gets an update and speeds the things you’re most interested in like Daily rundown, is a new added ability that gives a summary of the top news.
. Notifications can help you start a conversation and connect to new career opportunities — we show you job listings you may be interested in, updates when someone you know starts a new position, details on who you’re meeting with next, and much more.
Among other new improvements, LinkedIn is now providing a weekly notification on “Search Appearances” revealing how many people found you from a LinkedIn search, as well as top companies the searchers work at.
Also, rolled out today are the new multiple notifications settings on mobile and desktop helping you customize your notifications with option like:
Mute or unmute, this ability help you mute any notification so that you stop receiving updates when you are tagged in a photo from your team off-site, and or don’t want to get notified as others like or comment on a post, by simply going back to the notification, you can click unmute.
Unfollow helps you stop receiving updates from certain connections, by simply unfollowing connections directly from a notification will stop their activity in the Notifications tab or in your Feed. The connection will never know about your choice of stoping receiving their updates, as you’ll remain connected on LinkedIn.
You can at any time visit their profile and click on follow from the menu on the top right to follow them again.
Lastly, you can now turn off notification from a certain types of notifications, like birthday updates or when a connection publishes an article for example. To switch back, just scroll to the top of the notification tab on mobile or on the lefthand side on desktop.
Tip: Did you know you can also turn off the notifications on your own activity? If you don’t want to alert others when you update your profile photo or change your job position, just turn off the notifications under your profile settings. Click on privacy and then choose whether your network is alerted to profile changes.
LinkdeIn will soon bring an ability to delete notifications that you no longer want to see.
Update 07/20: A new LinkedIn app for Windows 10 has released to the Windows Store, that provides a more engaging and fully integrated experience that is quickly accessible from the Start menu and taskbar.
In the Action Center and Live Tile, the app delivers real-time notifications such as new messages, trending industry news and updates within a network.