Posted by Brittany Miller
LinkedIn has rolled out a new design for a user’s homepage, boasting a simpler layout with easier access to relevant information. Over the course of the week, LinkedIn will be releasing this to all users. So what’s changed?
The new homepage feels less cluttered, with a black bar across the top hosting the navigation. The design is clean and easily readable, putting your updates and information at the forefront.
Your most relevant network updates and information are now located at the top of the feed. Within this section, users will be able to find news and articles based on what their connections are reading and sharing.
Directly below the network updates, users can find a continuous stream of updates from their connections. LinkedIn has made it easier to see who else is commenting or sharing articles in this section. Likes, comments and shares are set off in a light blue box against the white background, resembling Facebook’s layout.
LinkedIn also announced in its blog post that these would not be the only changes coming to the homepage this year. Stay tuned for more!