LinkedIn Today now features channels, adding a comprehensive way to discover, share, and engage with fellow users. Apart from the new design, new ways to sort content have been added, as well as relevant email digests.
Professional-savvy socialnetworking website, LinkedIn, wants its users to stay on top of the news and insights in order to be successful in their jobs and career. So today, the company is announcing a newly-revamped "LinkedIn Today" with nifty channels that lets users discover and share professional news and insights.
The channels will also allow users to follow "broader topic areas that cross multiple industries and professional sectors." "By following channels you will have access to timely and relevant professional news and insights that can help you stay one step ahead and be in the know on what’s trending in your professional network," writes Kevin Gu, an associate product manager at LinkedIn.
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