LinkedIn adds the ability to post multiple photos, share a draft of your post and more

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LinkedIn team today announced several new features that will help users in posting their experience and perspectives to their network. Read about them below.

Until now, LinkedIn users can add only one photo to their post. With this update, LinkedIn has added the ability to share multiple images in a single post. To use this feature, tap the camera icon while editing the post, select multiple photos and click post. This feature is now available on iOS and it is coming soon to Android and desktop.

Whenever you write a long post, you feel scary to publish it as you will be unsure about the content. Getting feedback from others including your colleagues and friends can help reduce the anxiety and make the content better. LinkedIn now allows you to share a draft version of the post before you publish it all members in your network. Click on “Share Draft” in the article edit menu to get the link – only those who you share the link with will be able to see the draft.

Comments allows LinkedIn members to have public conversations. LinkedIn now allows users to disable comments on any of their posts and articles. They can also remove mentions of themselves in posts or comments where they have been tagged but don’t want to join the discussion.

Finally, guests and logged out members can now see your posts, videos and articles on LinkedIn. To share it with others, get the URL of the post from the control menu and share it wherever you want.

More about the topics: Drafts, linkedin, managing comments, Multiple Photos, update

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