…LinkedIn reveals a trio set of a new feature on its social media.
LinkedIn is rolling out a new feature that allows its users to use the Avi-like pronouns visible at the top of every profile. According to LinkedIn, its trio features unveil a rebranding scheme that serves as a reminder to its entirety of user-base — the original setup of its social media.
The latest LinkedIn update also serves as the biggest upgrade the social media has made since the wake of the pandemic. Meanwhile, roughly the entirety of its user-base has already enrolled in utilizing the space for titling each user’s profile.
According to LinkedIn’s new feature that implies to all its users, the social media company noted that the pronoun-title on users page would bolster a job seeker’s chances to secure employment due to transparency — a candidate’s pronoun-title is essential to a recruiter in the primary stages of hiring via LinkedIn.
Aside from the pronoun-title, LinkedIn also rolled out the Instagram-like story feature they dubbed “Cover Story.” The cover story is closely related to its previous “Story” that traditionally features with a disappearing effect within 24 hours.
In contrast, the new cover story is permanent video content that serves as a quick peek of a candidate’s personality to a recruiter.
The new LinkedIn interface now looks friendly and interesting with another influencer feature that marks the trio new feature they rolled out today. The third friendly feature is dubbed “Creator Mode,” which serves as a medium for users to display their specialization field.
While Creator Mode is active, it automatically recommends diverse uses via similar highlighted content linked with other content related to creator mode. The new LinkedIn portrays the perfect media or curriculum to update personal details in line with professional careers.