LinkedIN

LinkedIn is now updated with the new refreshing look for the website. The complete site is appeared to be in the new design to bring the people more close to the social network. Most of the users on the LinkedIn probably visit the site occasionally or with the bunch of emails arrived in their inbox. The navigation over the newly designed website of LinkedIn is much easier than the older one.

Currently, the newly designed website is having the seven navigation sections, Home, Messaging, Jobs, Notifications, Me, My Network and Search. Interestingly the Main Feed on the LinkedIn is now much similar as you find on the Facebook. The new trending stories which are curated by the algorithms, human editors and others can be unfollowed just like you perform on the Facebook.

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LinkedIn is making the things better for the users regarding the search interface for finding the jobs, people, companies and other things of this social network. The biggest change is the real-time messaging interface which is always available on the bottom as Facebook. Chat-bots are available which makes the chatting professional, easy and quick.

If you consider an example, suppose you are looking for a job and someone you know who works at the company, LinkedIn will prompt you to start a conversation with them. This will help you in getting the referral or some other tips for applying.

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Here are the some of the enhancements observed on the new design of the LinkedIn website.

  • Richer Feed to keep you informed
  • Smarter messaging that helps you connect and unlock new opportunities
  • Streamlined navigation
  • More intuitive search
  • Better suggestions to make your profile stand out
  • Greater insight into who’s viewing your content

So what you are waiting for? Login to the LinkedIn website and make sure you notice the changes. Drop your comments about the new Look in the comments section.