5 major LinkedIn changes you should know about

Keeping with current trends, the professional network put more emphasis on visuals and mobile. Here’s how the changes affect you.

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LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network with 175 million users worldwide, has made some major design changes.

LinkedIn has been working on the design of its network for some time now, starting with the major change on the home page earlier this year. Here are the five major design changes LinkedIn has made this year:

1. Visually appealing home page

In July 2012, LinkedIn changed its home page. I reviewed the major design change here.

The change was much needed. Visuals play a prominent role, as is the trend these days. LinkedIn also made some design tweaks to the old LinkedIn Today to match the new design.

2. Cleaner company and career pages

LinkedIn company pages, which offer a branded space for your business, also went through design changes. The changes are in sync with the rest of the network’s design.

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