LinkedIn brings Video and Career Advice pilot to India

|September 27, 2017 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: After a trial run and the launch of the video feature last month, LinkedIn today introduced the feature for the Indian market.

Although video is not a new concept for social networking platforms, LinkedIn’s video push is aimed at providing users a more compelling channel to talk about their work, career and interests. The idea is to let users create videos that highlight their professional work.

Available across mobile and desktop versions, LinkedIn Videos allows users to natively upload videos and share their ideas, learn from others and jump start new conversations. The videos can be of up to 10 minutes in length, though LinkedIn recommends a shorter length ranging between 30 seconds and five minutes. You can  can get audience insights also.

Additionally, LinkedIn’s ‘Career Advice’ service pilot will also be available in Bangalore now. LinkedIn is running Career Advice pilot in San Francisco and Australia now, apart from Bangalore.

This new service helps professionals seek career advice from potential mentors. Users can access Career Advice Hub from the dashboard section of their profile and choose what advice they need. LinkedIn will recommend other members who have the interest and experiences to help (e.g. on the job advice, ideas for their next role). Once the match is made, members can message each other and chat and get or give career advice.

LinkedIn also introduced the ‘Daily Rundown’ in India- a notification feature to provide users with a summary of the day’s top news, curated by LinkedIn’s India team.

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