LinkedIn Finally Rolls Out The Most Requested Feature By Users

LinkedIn achievement feature is the most requested one by users and now it has been made available to everyone. To add your personal and professional achievements with images and link, you need to pay close attention to a star button.

Must Read

WhatsApp Might Lose 60 Million Indian Users Post Updated Policy Changes, New Survey Reveals!

The Facebook-owned instant messaging platform’s decision to update their privacy and terms of service brought about a...

Uber and Ola In Hot Water: India Authorities Launch Fresh Probe!

The Directorate General of Goods and Services Tax Intelligence (DGGI) sent a summons to Uber and Ola...

Happy B’Day Gordon Moore: One Of The Founding Fathers Of Silicon Valley

Gordon Earle Moore co-founded the paramount Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) with Robert Noyce in July 1968, which is worth $204.16...

Microsoft owned LinkedIn has recently been reported to have revamped its profile section with an amazing feature that will definitely make you want to update your LinkedIn profile right now!

LinkedIn, the leading professional social networking platform has launched a new profile element which will enable users to showcase their primary and important achievements and updates in a separate section called ‘Featured’ right at the top of their profile

Advertisements

This Featured listing that has been enabled by LinkedIn for their users will allow users to add links to their external websites such as a personal blog or portfolio. It also supports image and document extensions and helps users showcase some specific and particular aspects and achievements to their profile visitors.

“The Featured section allows you to showcase samples of your work to people who view your LinkedIn profile. This is a great way to provide evidence of your skills and experience”, as explained by LinkedIn.

This feature was added by LinkedIn after it being highly requested by their users. The best part of this update also happens to be the fact that it allows all kinds of freelancers and small business owners to share more information about their services by highlighting their work directly on their profiles.

If a user wants something added to this new ‘Featured’ listing, he or she needs to select a new featured star below updates the activity feed which will then enable the content to get added on to the Featured section.

To add something to your Featured listing, you need to select a new ‘Featured’ star below updates in your activity feed, which will then add that content to your Featured section. It should also be noted that LinkedIn needs its users to have “authored and published a post or article on the LinkedIn platform to be able to add it to your Featured section”. However, this isn’t a limitation that the users need to worry about. One can post a LinkedIn update with links that redirect to their own website or portfolio and later add it on to the Featured Section.

Also, this new feature by LinkedIn might not be available to all as it is being slowly rolled out the masses. Therefore, if you don’t see it immediately don’t fret it, it will eventually become available to all.

Advertisements

LinkedIn As The Frontrunner of Online Business Networking In 2020

LinkedIn is making huge strides to make sure that its users stick to the platform. This recent feature is surely a step in the right direction as it will allow their users a whole new way to demonstrate your professional competencies, achievements, services and more. The platform currently boasts of 650 million users across 200 countries and regions worldwide as of right now.

They have also rolled out another major update related to CRM integration. Recently, the company announced new enhancements to its Sales Navigator tool which promises to “boost pipeline quality and increase sales and marketing efficiencies.

The rollout of all such user-centric features is an obvious catch for anyone who wants to step ahead in their professional career using the power of effective online networking and LinkedIn definitely wants to be the frontrunner in this space.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

Snapchat Spotlight: A New Way for Creators to Earn Money

Short-form video applications have increased overwhelmingly in popularity in recent times. The surge in this format of...

COVID-19 Unemployment Leading To Ageing Indian Workforce, CMIE Reports

The latest data shared by the CMIE aka Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy has highlighted a huge red flag.

The Slip-Ups Keep On Coming: WhatsApp Web Users’ Mobile Data Leaked On Google

As the developments have unfolded over the past week, the clock for WhatsApp seems to be ticking with every passing minute and...

Trump Administration Has Landed Its Final Blow On Chinese Companies: Xiaomi Blacklisted!

In its recent move to safeguard national security, the United States’ Trump Administration has decided to go after China’s second-biggest smartphone marker...

Huawei Is Gunning For Acquiring A Fifth Of Android’s Userbase With Its Own HarmonyOS!

After Google’s ban on Huawei in 2019, the Chinese-origin tech company is all set to roll out HarmonyOS later in 2021 as...

Battle Lines Are Drawn: Qualcomm’s Latest Acquisition to Challenge Apple, Intel

The quest to gain supremacy creates a butterfly effect for sure. With the challengers and the champion pulling out all stops to...

In-Depth: Dprime

Will ‘TikTok By Microsoft’ Be A Winner?

For the last two years, TikTok has been in the public eye for all sorts of reasons. First, it was the exploded...

Facebook Subscription Model: Looking Beyond Ad Dollars?

Seldom do job listings create a stir this gripping. However, when the job listing in question is a stealth post from Twitter,...

Will The Online Food Delivery Market in India End Up Becoming A Two-Horse Race?

It's pretty much evident that the food delivery space in India is all set to get riled up soon enough as one...

More Articles Like This