LinkedIn is introducing an audio-recording feature for profiles, enabling members to create a voice recording of the proper way to pronounce their names.
LinkedIn is #OpenToWork, Facebook changes its algorithm again, Lego gets into pop art, and India bans TikTok.
LinkedIn is introducing profile photo frames. #OpenToWork, is available to job seekers willing to let their network know they are open to new opportunities.
LinkedIn has announced the ability for advertisers to target their audiences based on Video views and interactions with Lead Gen Forms.
In its transparency report, LinkedIn says it blocked 7.8 million fake accounts before they were even created, 93% of which automatically.
LinkedIn is introducing virtual events as a solution for Pages, at a time when in-person events remain on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LinkedIn members can now add polls to their posts and choose to ask the opinion of their connections, groups, or the whole network.
After announcing the test of its Stories format back in February, LinkedIn is rolling out the new feature to members and Pages in some countries.
LinkedIn is testing a new video intro tool that helps employers evaluate a candidate's communication and soft skills before their interview.
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To help professionals stay updated and work from home, LinkedIn offers Coronavirus updates on a new Trending News section and 16 free courses on its platform.
LinkedIn is rolling out a new job filter to help job seekers find employers who consider job applications from people who have a criminal record.
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LinkedIn might be the "professional" social network, but the temptation was too big, and the platform has now started testing Stories.
LinkedIn is rolling out a new Featured section on profiles, allowing members to showcase the work they are most proud of.
Jeff Weiner is stepping down. After leading the company for 11 years, he will be replaced by Ryan Roslansky, LinkedIn's current head of product.
Welcome to this week's top social media stories: Microsoft launched a new Internet browser, Facebook won't bring more ads to WhatsApp and Spotify introduced Stories.
LinkedIn announced three new features in Pages, including Invite to follow, LinkedIn Live integration and new posting options.