By now, about 50% of LinkedIn users have had their desktop interface switched over to the new mobile-inspired design. If it hasn’t, it’s expected to happen by the end of February. Here’s how to tell which one you have now. In the Old design, the primary navigation buttons were Home, Profile, My Network, Learning, Jobs, and Interests. They appeared on the upper left of the screen. In the New design, the primary navigation buttons are Home, My Network, Jobs, Messages, Notifications, and Me. They appear on the upper right of the screen.
LinkedIn is pushing for a much improved look and design it seems these days. They are changing many of the desktop features, home page layouts and other important areas that most users, including myself, find very challenging to find my way around now.
What are the Features you ask that are disappearing? Unless you have Premium these are going away.
- Advanced search
- View Profile as profile completeness
- How you rank
- RSS Feeds on Home page are limited
Below is a video that showcases the changes LinkedIn has put in place and to assist you on how this new format will work. If you are like the
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