Liz Li

Posts by Liz Li

  • chai

    New Controls to Surface the Conversations that Matter to You

    January 22, 2021

    We know that starting a conversation on LinkedIn, by crafting a post with just the right words, takes time (and in some cases, courage!), and you want your voice to reach the right audience so it can spark conversations that help you be productive and successful. That’s why we want to clarify how the posts you publish on LinkedIn are distributed, and share a few...

  • Product update to help keep it professional

    New Features Help Keep it Professional

    September 29, 2020

    To find opportunity, get inspired or build relationships on LinkedIn, you need to trust your community. Today, we’re sharing four new tools to help you get the most out of your experience, with an eye on safety. Take a look at what’s new and how you’ll see them around the fresh look of LinkedIn. Know what action we took when you report content We know it’s...

  • Network Health

    Connect, Follow or Message: How to Build the Best Professional Relationships on LinkedIn

    October 4, 2019

    Building a thoughtful LinkedIn network is a great way to open doors for getting and giving career advice. But, growing your network isn’t just about the quantity of connections you have. In fact, we recommend multiple ways to have enriching conversations and meaningful interactions with people on LinkedIn. Know when to connect Everyone talks about LinkedIn...

  • Helping You Build a Trusted Community - One Connection At a...

    June 19, 2019

    Making a connection on LinkedIn can open doors to getting and giving career help. Here are our top tips for getting the right...

  • Add Teammates: A New Way to Nurture Professional...

    April 16, 2019

    The people we work with are more than just teammates - they help us make it through the day and can also help us get ahead in our...

  • New LinkedIn Features in Office 365 Help You Build...

    September 25, 2018

    When I talk to people about what they love most about their jobs, the answer I hear most is that it’s the people; nothing is more...