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LinkedIn Introduced “who can see profile” feature with increased customization

LinkedIn Introduced “who can see profile” feature with increased customization


LinkedIn Introduced “who can see profile” feature with increased customization

LinkedIn has iterated who’s viewed profile with more precise detail convenience for the users. LinkedIn is the worldwide used networking platform commonly used for job hunt. The company says “This will help you quickly identify trends and enable you to align your professional brand with your professional goals.”

The news was announced on Monday. With this new betterment, the users may discover more easily about who visited their profiles catching their full information in depth like in which industry or organization they are employed, where they are residing and else.

A list of recent visited member is displayed to the user giving all other associated information. So now one can easily find out how many times its profile is viewed and by whom. In addition, user may also find out the tips to enhance their viewer rating by suggestions given by LinkedIn such as joining some page or sticking a good profile photo.

The customization of profile will now be easier conveying your profile in a better, easy and dwindled form making the profile up to 11X more clearer and accessible. The revamp saves the user profile from exposition and exploitation from any unwanted viewer by simply blocking or reporting him.

LinkedIn has always been a part of news for its different revamps but this time it has made use of people’s most wanted feature. This feature is used by almost all members on LinkedIn. Now a person waiting for an interview call can find out how much employees have visited him and how many times. This will let him know about his resume response. By exploring that employees are visiting his profile but not contacting him will make him curious about his performance and he will tend to make his profile better to better. So LinkedIn has increased the chances of job acquisition.

This revamp will make LinkedIn a more prominent to other social networks like Facebook where this feature is deficient. LinkedIn has made the settings to user’s choice and anyone can allow or disallow this feature in his or her LinkedIn profile. The revamp is now open to facilitate English language users all over the world. The other languages will also be cover but when? The time is not specified yet.

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A full time freelance blogger, Fahad is writing for 5 of the mainstream tech blogs these days. Loves having tea again and again and struggling with his "excess of sleep problem" for the past 4 years.

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