Articles by Chris Richman
A couple of months ago, I blogged about enhancements to LinkedIn’s address book that allow you to add address book information, ranging from phone numbers to private notes. Now you can add, view and edit that information right on your connections’ profiles.
Many of you are probably aware of LinkedIn Groups’ feature enhancements that we announced earlier today. In addition to those changes I’d also like to point out another much requested upgrade that launched today – one that impacts LinkedIn’s Address Book.
Starting today, we’ve made changes that allow you greater flexibility in managing your LinkedIn connections. Here are two easy steps to edit your contacts’ information on LinkedIn.
How many times have you thought to yourself? Wouldn’t it be nice if I could search through my Inbox on LinkedIn. We are really glad to announce this much requested feature this week, close on the heels of the LinkedIn Group Search functionality announced by my colleague, Ben, a few days ago.
1. Where can I find LinkedIn Search?
- New LinkedIn Features
The last few months has seen a torrent of feature update announcements. Given the constant fine-tuning and tweaking of many of these features, we felt it may be a good idea to have a quick little feature snapshot each week, which could also work as a tips-and-tricks post. This week, I’d like to talk about a couple of subtle enhancements to features we launched recently.
1. Recommend LinkedIn News
- LinkedIn Tips
Many users have asked us for a RSS feed of Network Updates and as I’d commented over two weeks ago, we now allow you to subscribe to your network updates via RSS! Find the ubiquitous orange RSS logo right next to the Network Updates sign on LinkedIn’s homepage, right below the LinkedIn News module. Click here to be taken to the LinkedIn RSS Subscriptions page
Once you click through that you’ll be taken to this landing page, which provides you the option to subscribe to an RSS feed of Network Updates.