Professional platform LinkedIn has introduced a bunch of new features and now users can initiate video calls with integrated apps like Zoom, Microsoft, and other apps straight from LinkedIn messages.
- LinkedIn revealed a host of new features.
- Now LinkedIn users will be able to start video calls and edit messages on their platform.
- The professional apps gained some Instagram-like features such as stories, video chat, and edit messages.
- A dark mode option will soon available on LinkedIn.
LinkedIn is a professional platform but the professional application is ready to give extra facilities to its users like video calls, stories, edit messages, etc. Though LinkedIn is a professional platform, with these new features users will get the feel of a social media application too. Apart from these features, LinkedIn is also working on a Dark Mode feature.
Through a blog post, LinkedIn revealed the new features, and here is a quick rundown of the brand new attires of LinkedIn :
Because of the global pandemic, most of us are working from home and video calling is the must-have feature of any app. Now LinkedIn users can start video calling using the integrated app like Zoom, Microsoft, and other apps directly from LinkedIn messages.
Many times we send a message by mistake and after sending we feel regret. But now via the edit message feature, you can correct your mistake on LinkedIn. To edit your message you need to double-tap on the message to open up a menu of options, and here you will get the delete option.
Another exciting new feature of LinkedIn is stories. Now LinkedIn users can update stories like Instagram and Facebook that will exist for a certain time period.
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