Julie Inouye

Posts by Julie Inouye

  • Tuesday Tip: Hover Over People and Companies in Your Feed to Connect, Message and More

    July 18, 2017

    We’ve brought back the ability to quickly see more information about people and companies by simply hovering over the person or company's name from your LinkedIn Feed. Always helpful to know who someone is before replying with a comment or sending a message. Try using the hover feature today to discover more about the conversations makers in your feed. For even...

  • Tuesday Tip: Prepare for the Day with LinkedIn Calendar Sync

    July 11, 2017

    Meeting someone new at work for the first time? Or big interview coming up? Knowing more about that person in advance can give you a leg up, so make sure to sync your calendar in the LinkedIn app — we’ll show you who you're meeting with and what you should know about them. And any time you’re meeting with someone you’re not connected with yet, we’ll even remind...

  • New LinkedIn Features: Reconnect with a Colleague, See Who’s Searching for You, and Fine-tune Your Profile

    June 29, 2017

    Who says you can’t be productive while at the beach. We know summer vacations are upon us, so here are a few quick and easy updates to give a whirl, so you can get back to that sunblock. Connection history: Remember when... Ever wonder when you met someone? We’re making this easy for you with easy access to your connection history. Simply go to a connection’s...

  • Tuesday Tip: Smartly Searching with Filters to Find...

    June 27, 2017

    A smart search can be your way in to finding the hiring manager for a job you’re interested in, a potential employee for your startup...

  • Tuesday Tip: How to Make Your Comments More Visual

    June 20, 2017

    As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. We’ve now added the ability to include images into the comments you share on...

  • Tuesday Tip: Using LinkedIn ProFinder to Find the Right...

    June 13, 2017

    Need help designing a logo for your new venture? Or how about a public speaking coach? Bringing on a freelancer may be the way to go...