Soon LinkedIn users will be able to share content and drafts, as well as disable comments, with anyone linked on the web.
Three new features to quicken the process
Drafts can now be shared with fellow users prior to publishing via the “Share Draft” option within the 'Edit article' menu, giving the chance for others to provide valuable feedback.
Comments can also now be disabled within specific posts and articles, a feature which had been previously made available for long-form articles.
With efficient feedback being a popular commodity, LinkedIn is streamlining editorial review through a pick, preview, and publish format.
Guests now welcome
Last but not least, LinkedIn is enabling user posts, articles, and videos to be viewed equally by logged-out members and guests through Facebook, Twitters, etc., by posting URLs.
The new push for expedient and effective sharing of credentials is a smart move on LinkedIn’s part and sure to be popular with proficient members.
Have you ever been stifled by now being able to share credentials? Are you excited for the new features? Let us know in our comments section below.