LinkedIn Adds Document Upload Options for opening New Sharing Options
Want to make your profile more professional on LinkedIn. The visibility of professional documents can me it better. Wondering how you can showcase your content in the LinkedIn feed?
LinkedIn’s official document sharing feature lets you upload documents to organic LinkedIn posts from your home page, company page, or group. Now you have the great option to share a PDF, Word document or PowerPoint presentation. After combining the capacity for users to add documents to their LinkedIn messages last July, and giving company pages the ability to do the same within their updates late last year, LinkedIn has now declared that all individuals can transfer reports and introductions, including PDFs and PowerPoint introductions, legitimately to their feed, or inside gathering posts
The choice gives another approach to assemble your expert nearness on the stage – according to LinkedIn: “Documents and presentations are a significant method to impart learning to your locale and touch off more extravagant discussions on themes you care about. From meeting introductions and whitepapers to contextual analyses and playbooks, sharing introductions is an incredible method to separate complex thoughts, recount stories by joining words and pictures, and enable you to go further.”
As noted, users have had the ability to transfer archives inside messages and by means of organization pages for quite a while, however the extension to individual profiles is another chance, another approach to exhibit your aptitudes and mastery in extra configurations, which could be colossally advantageous. In the current era, the choice is just accessible through the work area form of the application – on the off chance that you need to incorporate a report inside your LinkedIn update:
- Tap the document icon on the share box on your desktop feed and choose a document or presentation from your computer to upload.
- Write a quick description to explain what you’re sharing. Use hashtags related to the topic and @mentions, these can help it be surfaced to the right people
- Take a moment to make sure you’re happy with how your document or presentation looks, select who you’d like to share with (anyone on LinkedIn, a group you’re part of, or just your connections), and then hit post.
It’s another method to exhibit your expert abilities and experience on the stage, which, LinkedIn notes, is additionally going to the portable application soon