LinkedIn is gradually allowing its members globally to switch between dark and light modes on their mobile app.
LinkedIn is gradually beginning to roll out a dark mode feature worldwide. The platform made the announcement on Monday, stating that users interested in the easier-on-the-eyes experience need to check if the mode has already arrived in their region.
The dark mode, which supposedly relaxes night-time human vision by switching around colors to read white text on a black background, has already been available on most other social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.
The arrival of the mode now on LinkedIn will allow the more than 774 million members of its community the possibility to consume content and interact with other professionals and friends in a more comfortable setting.
Earlier this year, the Microsoft-owned social media company confirmed that it was going to release the feature, which it began working on back in 2019.
To turn on dark mode on LinkedIn’s mobile app, members need to access their Settings on their profile, then scroll down to Display and click on Dark Mode. From there, they can choose from dark mode, light mode, or their device settings.
According to LinkedIn, the last one of the three options is selected by default for members who have dark mode enabled on their devices.
Last week, Google Search also added dark mode to desktop searches, in addition to the already existing option on the Google Search mobile app on iOS and Android.