LinkedIn is busy making big changes to the LinkedIn profile page. Editing will now be done inline. Also, The Profile Strength measurement is at the upper right showing your progress as you improve your LinkedIn profile. LinkedIn has also made it much easier to turn off profile update notifications to your network.
The biggest change is the inline editing. Instead of having to click the little pencil icon to make edits, all editing is done instantly. By simply hovering over any section of your profile, you can make immediate changes to your LinkedIn profile:
LinkedIn has also made it much easier to add new sections to your LinkedIn profile. Instead of having to go to the upper left hand corner to add Projects, Courses, Publications, Patents, etc… it’s all front and center!
The Summary section also looks very different:
Here’s a before and after screenshot of the Experience section:
These updates certainly improve upon the ease of updating your LinkedIn profile. So far, Jeff’s profile is the first one we’ve seen with the new inline editing interface. This may be something LinkedIn is just trying out or it will get rolled out shortly.
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