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LinkedIn Redesigns Its Home Page

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LinkedIn has revamped the entire Homepage that the company says make it easier to scan and find the information that matters most to users.

Now you can see the most important network updates and articles at the top of the feed. LinkedIn has also refreshed the way updates look and feel in the stream with richer visuals for easier scanning and viewing. You can also see a continuous stream of updates without clicking “see more” to access all the latest updates from your network.  It’s also easier for you to see what your connections are talking about and engage in these professional conversations by liking, commenting or sharing the updates that are most important to you.

This newly redesigned Homepage is rolling out to all members over the next few weeks.

[Image Courtesy: LinkedIn]

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