LinkedIn has unveiled the “largest desktop redesign” since the company launched its website in 2003.
“This desktop redesign brings conversations and content to the heart of the platform, so you can more easily share ideas and discover news and topics you care about,” said LinkedIn.
The new website offers numerous enhancements, including improved navigation, messaging, and search function.
- Streamlined navigation: There are seven core areas on the bar navigation. Home, Messaging, Jobs, Notifications, Me, My Network, and Search.
- Smarter messaging: New real-time messaging interface. Users can message a connection wherever they are on LinkedIn.
- Richer Feed: LinkedIn has tuned users’ Feed to surface relevant content they care about.
- Intuitive search: Users have one universal search box to find people, jobs, companies, groups, and schools.
- Insight into who’s viewing users’ content: Users can see who’s reading and engaging with the content they share, including the company, job title, and location of the people.
- Better suggestions to make a profile stand out: LinkedIn has improved profile suggestions so users can see what they need to do to look their best professionally.