Send Photos, Emojis With New LinkedIn Messaging


LinkedIn has begun rolling out a new messaging system that lets users send photographs, as well as emojis, stickers and GIFs, in a chat-like interface. Users will also able to easily reference the last conversation they had right within the thread, says the company. 

The new messaging is currently available to English-speaking members around the world on iOS, Android and the desktop. It is expected to be available in other languages in the coming weeks.

[Image courtesy: LinkedIn]

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