LinkedIn introduces Video calls, Stories, and other features
Popular professional social networking platform LinkedIn has introduced a few new features to improve user experience. Some of these features are already available in selected regions.
LinkedIn is the latest social network getting Stories. You can just touch your profile photon LinkedIn App and then click on the plus sign at the top left corner to open the camera for posting stories. One can also take other users in Stories, add text or stickers. Videos on Stories can be as long as up to 20 seconds. Users can share what’s happening in their professional and the content will last only for 24 hours. For now, Stories are coming to Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Netherlands, UAE, and the US.
Now users can start a video call over Teams, Zoom, or BlueJeans directly from LinkedIn messages.
Professionals can now use video calls to have conversations. You will see the video icon next to where you type a message. Then it asks you to choose from Teams, Zoom, or BlueJeans. You can share the unique link to join the meeting.
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