More pictures! Just like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, LinkedIn will now allow users to post multiple photos per post. This can be an advantage as it allows employees and business pages to better showcase events or team/office photos. Will businesses change the way they share visual content?
Videos! Users are expecting to be able to record videos from mobile devices straight onto a LinkedIn post. However, this should NOT be treated like a Facebook video or IG story. We are sure company policies will be strict in the way videos are filmed at the office or events – “no crazy video selfies”.
Offsite. When you want to read an article outside LinkedIn, but are being ask to logon back to the app to view the article, it’s irritating! It appears L.I. will take that restriction away and be open to its users viewing specific articles elsewhere.
Shared proofreading. Just like Google docs, L.I. will allow content teams on business pages to edit articles written on behalf of their business.
Monitoring engagement. If you don’t want people commenting on your article, LinkedIn allows you to disable comments. It’s a good way to avoid any kind of negativity but sadly, compliments or any kind of positive conversation will not be permitted.