LinkedIn Rolls Out An Inbox Revamp

By: Chris Crum - December 12, 2013

LinkedIn announced the roll-out of a new redesign to its inbox, which it says is one of the top five destinations on LinkedIn.

Here’s a look:

LinkedIn Inbox

LinkedIn Inbox

The changes are supposed to make it easier to navigate and to manage your connections. The design includes larger pictures, a centralized navigation on the left side and within each message. This, LinkedIn says, helps you quickly move between messages and invitations.

There are also previews of each message to make browsing easier.

LinkedIn’s Alexandre Lee shares some tips for effective LinkedIn messages here.

The redesign will be rolling out over the course of the next few weeks in English. It will roll out to everyone else after the new year.

Images: LinkedIn

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  • http://Www.bestcarhire.com Malcolm McNeill

    I think Linkedin is still very underestimated.

    Maybe 2014 will be the year that it shakes off the “Facebook for office boys” tag.

  • http://about.me/parveshsareen Parvesh Sareen

    This new revamp will certainly be helping users to navigate through messages. I hope there should be something new for the mobile users too or specifically for the LinkedIn app.
    Good Luck LinkedIn Team..Keep Going..!!