LinkedIn unveils more tools to enhance posting of content

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Yesterday was good, but today seems better, but of course, the hope for a better and brighter tomorrow always inspires us to aspire for greater heights. Without a doubt, LinkedIn is one of the most dynamic platforms where you can share your content to millions of people out there and expect nothing but the best. The Microsoft-owned professional networking company has added some more tools to enhance posting of content on its platform.

The new tools are aimed at helping you reach out to professionals of like minds—and the only way to do this is to avail you of all necessary tools needed. Here are some of the tools launched by the professional networking group on Wednesday.

Highlighting quotes to kickstart conversation is now easier than it used to be with a new feature. The feature allows you to easily highlight a quote from a LinkedIn article on mobile and share it directly with your network in the feed. This is another unique way to keep users engage and keep the conversation going.

You can now save post as drafts to share to your followers at a later date. Simply tap on the X at the top left of your post to see the option where you can save on mobile. This gives you more time to do some other things, and come back to your post when you are actually less busy and ready to post them.

Credit: https://blog.linkedin.com/2018/july/18/new-features-to-get-more-from-posting-video-captions-share-article-quotes?linkId=100000003040137

LinkedIn is a platform where people from different regions converge, and it is normal to expect language barrier sometimes. To help solve this problem and make communication seamless, a new translation feature has now been added. It is called a “See translation” button, and it will be useful to users to now read posts in languages different from theirs. The feature is rolling out to both desktop and mobile users.

To help you access the content you have created, LinkedIn is adding a shortcut on your desktop. It is called the ‘M’ tab, and it will help you to easily access all the content you have shared on LinkedIn all in a single click. The company said the new feature is a result of feedback it got from users.

The Microsoft-owned professional networking site recently launched its own native video ads.

Like LinkedIn puts it, it is not just about using video technology to capture the market, it is also about the right business environment. So, besides deploying all the tactics when it comes to creating quality video for your marketing campaign, it is also about running your video on the right platform—the platform that provides you with everything you need.

Native video ads are the next big thing on LinkedIn. It helps you to engage with major players in the business world, and provides you a smooth ride all through. It is different from pre or post-roll video ads, according to LinkedIn because it exists within the news feed—and that is because it is a standalone app.


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Author: Ola Ric

Ola Ric is a professional tech writer. He has written and provided tons of published articles for professionals and private individuals. He is also a social commentator and analyst, with relevant experience in the use of social media services.

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