What’s New on Linkedin
It seems, every time you turn around, Linkedin is making changes. Here are some of the latest:
Your Professional Portfolio
Soon, if not already, now you can add media links to your profile. Consider uploading that most recent PowerPoint! See this SlideShare presentation for examples. This screen shot shows you what it looks like to have access to add media links. If, in edit mode, your screen has a blue box with a plus sign, right next to the blue pencil, then you can now add these links. Learn more via the Linkedin Help Center.
Add All Kinds of Things to Your UpdatesWant to add an image, PowerPoint, or Word document to an update? The latest Linkedin changes will allow this newly enhanced form of sharing. It will be rolling out over the next few weeks. For details check out the Linkedin Blog.
Linkedin Contacts - a new way to track your connections
This new web and app based tool will help you to pull together your email, calendar and mobile address book all in one. As of June 2013, this product feature was in limited release and, after further testing, will eventually be available for everyone. For more details, see the Mashable blog and information from the Linkedin Help Center.
Navigation Bar Changes
Linkedin has changed the way you now navigate and access links. And in some cases, you have to go to a new URL to access the content you want. For full details about this change, see Linkedin Navigation Bar.
This is a new App from Linkedin to help recruiters gather candidate information on the spot. Could be used soon at Career Fairs. Here are two articles that have more details:
Keep Current with Linkedin
To keep up to date with the changes that Linkedin makes, consider reading the Linkedin Blog.