Soon after redesigning company pages, professional networking site LinkedIn has announced yet another significant revamp unveiling a fresh look to its user profile pages. In the recent past, LinkedIn has redesigned and offered newer experiences to users as the third-largest social network to keep up with Facebook and Twitter, overhauling its company pages, mobile features, and adding engaging features to the existing ones, among other initiatives, to keep LinkedIn relevant and contemporary in the dynamic social media world.
The new design offers LinkedIn users a more visual and engaging experience.
Users now have at their disposal tools such as inline editing that makes creating a complete, up-to-date profile much easier than before.
With richer and visual insights on people and companies in users' networks on the redesigned profiles, discovery of people outside networks becomes simpler, facilitating better connections.
Now, users can also quickly check the activities of the people in their networks and engage with them. Recent activity is now on the top of the profile, allowing users to keep up with what the members in their network have been sharing and doing.