Could LinkedIn become the latest social media company to launch the popular Dark Mode? Reliable tipster Jane Manchun Wong has discovered unreleased Dark Mode in the LinkedIn’s Android app—the clearest indication that you could soon be able to access the service at night even without straining your eyes.
Jane posted the screenshot of the new feature still being tested on her blog page, and claims it is still in the developmental stage. Since it is still in the developmental stage, only a couple of sections of the app have been touched. This could, however, change as we approach a possible roll out.
There is currently no timeline for the release of the new Dark Mode as this varies from one social media app to the other. It may also not be a priority for LinkedIn, but millions of users of the app would definitely want to see Dark Mode as soon as possible.
Jane also posted a screenshot of the upcoming feature on her Twitter page as per her usual way of updating her followers. Interestingly and unsurprisingly too, the Dark Mode fire is catching up with some users on Twitter.
LinkedIn is working on Dark Mode!
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) August 13, 2019
I am also upbeat about the upcoming Dark Mode, and it would gladden my heart to be able to use the feature anytime soon.
A couple of months ago, the Microsoft-owned professional social media network launched a set of new tools to help you prepare for your next job interview.
LinkedIn’s suite of tools will help you prepare ahead of your next interview. According to the company, 54 percent of job seekers say the interview phase of their job search is “moderately to extremely challenging.” This is usually linked to lack of confidence and uncertainty among other reasons.
LinkedIn has helped identify some commonly asked interview questions, as well as partner with career experts, hiring managers and professional recruiters to help put you in the right frame of mind for your next interview. Some of the career experts that will be offering professional tips to you include Jenny Foss and Linda Raynier.
In a few weeks from now, LinkedIn will make some videos available to you that will make it easier to prepare for your interview. The videos will be short so that you can easily digest the content. Well, the videos, according to LinkedIn are available only to Premium members. Premium members will also be able to get exclusive access to expert-approved sample interview answers.
You can access the new tools by going to the job tab within the job tracker dashboard on desktop. For mobile, you can find the new tools within the job tab under applied jobs.
LinkedIn is also adding the ability to privately share your recordings with your trusted connections to get feedback, coaching and advice. You will be able to practice privately on your own, which of course, will help put you in the right frame of mind before your next interview.