The nest LinkedIn announced Tuesday,changes in its main “product”: a user’s profile page. According to the company, it is a leap into the “New LinkedIn.”
The update, which will begin appearing to users today, includes new visual profile pages, new features and versions of social networking apps.
“Our mission is to connect talent with opportunity at massive scale,” said the company’s CEO, Jeff Weiner, during press event. “We rebuilt the profile page from scratch.”
New user profile page
The top got a bigger picture, plus more space for the person’s professional resume. The editing process has also been simplified, says LinkedIn.
When visiting the connections page, you can see what is there in common with that person, and that other members of the social network are similar to that person. It will also be possible to “Like” and comment on posts and status updates of people connected, and share posts – in the style Facebook.
The user page also displays a graph with Sue network cantatas, showing location, ramp, faculty, alum sue displays an index of the “strength” of your peril. Photos sue who visited page will also be shown in the right column.
Currently, LinkedIn has over 175 million members – 50 million joined the network last year alone.