LinkedIn recently revamped its home feeds and introduced endorsements. Now it looks like LinkedIn profiles will soon follow suit.
This week LinkedIn gave a sneak peek of the new design for personal profiles. The new profile is aimed at simplification and aims to help users grow their networks with more insight.
Aaron Bronzan, a product manager wrote on the LinkedIn Blog that the profiles will be rolled out over the next few months. The professional networking site wanted to create “a better way to connect and build relationships” for their 175 million members.
Simplified look and feel
The new profile is cleaner with a simpler design and more visual elements such as graphics indicating your profile completeness and network presence. LinkedIn wanted to simplify engagement by placing a recent activity feed at the top of the profile.
You will be able to easily see visual insights on people and companies in your network. This was done to help make connections more easily and to help you grow your network more efficiently.
LinkedIn has created a sample page where you can view an example of the new profile and where you can sign up to be one of the first people to sign up for the new profile.
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