LinkedIn, a social network that has been specifically designed for career and business professionals is gradually adopting some successful features from other social network services. Now the latest ones to be added to the service include Stories and video chat among others.
LinkedIn via a blog post announcement made this official that users can switch their chat conversations to face-to-face interactions in just a click. Users can start video chats using Microsoft Teams, BlueJeans by Verizon, or Zoom directly in the LinkedIn messages. Just click on the video icon next to where you’d type a message and from there a pop-up will get opened to let you choose from Teams, Zoom, or BlueJeans and a prompt to sign in.
One more new addition is the Stories that is rolling out in the United States, Canada, France, Australia, Brazil, Netherlands, and the UAE first. Stories needs no introduction; it is similar to what we see on Instagram. You can express yourself or put any special moment on Stories and share it with others. The message will get vanished in 24 hours. To post a Story on your profile, touch the circle with your photo and a plus sign in the upper left corner to open the camera. You can record the video or take the photo directly through the app, upload a video that is the 20s in length, can doodle with a sticker or text, and mention users with @. It will roll out globally soon.
28/09/2020 02:10 AM