When a service has as many layers as LinkedIn, a little housekeeping can be beneficial from time to time.
LinkedIn's new settings page sets out to please users users who might have felt overwhelmed in the past.
Break it down
Three main categories headline the updated design, with Account, Privacy, and Communications tabs housing the same comprehensive settings as before.
General settings such as email addresses and passwords will be found in Account, while Privacy will host – you guessed it – security preferences to help users protect their information and account.
Communications remains an important section, as it is where users can decide through which means, and how often, LinkedIn and fellow users can contact them.
Change for the better
Finally, users can also choose not to appear as a suggested connection to any LinkedIn users who have their email address, or they can keep it to second-degree connections.
The updates are rolling out to all users in the coming weeks.