LinkedIn – a social better professional network site which is used by not one but millions of you on almost daily basis in order to discover and discuss what matters most to your professional life. In order to make it workable more, the company today has rolled out a simpler and easier to navigate Homepage experience, a more streamlined Homepage that offers access to the relevant information and updates that you are seeking to and will help you be great at job. The new design will be rolling out to users over the next few weeks. The changes according to the company will helps members become more productive, making it easier to connect with people and to get helpful information they are seeking into.
Here’s what the company had to say on what is getting changed exactly:
A newer, simpler, and more modern design
We’ve revamped the entire Homepage experience with a new look and feel to make it easier to scan and find the information that matters most to you. This simpler and cleaner design makes it easier to navigate the page and quickly find the updates you’re looking for – whether that’s a news article your boss has recently shared or it’s to see who has just started a new job.
More relevant updates up top
Now you can see the most important network updates and articles at the top of the feed. This makes it quick and easy to stay on top of what matters most, such as trending topics, news, and professional updates based on what your connections and industry are reading, sharing, and discussing. This means, you’ll be spending less time hunting for information you need to be prepared for your workday and spending more time being great at the job you’re in.
A richer, cleaner update stream
We’ve completely refreshed the way updates look and feel in the stream with richer visuals for easier scanning and viewing. You can also see a continuous stream of updates without clicking “see more” to access all the latest updates from your network. It’s also easier for you to see what your connections are talking about and engage in these professional conversations by liking, commenting or sharing the updates that are most important to you.
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