LinkedIn site makeover
"LinkedIn wants you to spend more time on its site, and it hopes that a redesign of its home page and profile sections will inspire you to do just that.
The social network unveiled the new looks last week, which focus on simplicity, usability and content. These updates will roll out gradually to all users through the beginning of 2015.
‘We want to make it easier for LinkedIn members to connect with what matters most to them professionally – whether it's understanding how they're doing on LinkedIn, connecting and maintaining their network, or getting knowledge that helps them do their jobs better,’ Leslie Hobbs, LinkedIn's head of content and community projects, said in an email.
The new home page doesn't introduce any radical new features, but it showcases a cleaner design with some reorganisation. It cuts down the information displayed in your news feed, for example, and it places profile analytics and content that connections share front and centre.”
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