Linkedin on the Platform to Introduce Stories #Article

Linkedin on the Platform to Introduce Stories #Article

LinkedIn has also intended to move stories to other social media platforms, which will be made available in a limited time to the users.

LinkedIn's Pete Davis explained the new feature in detail: "We've already learned so much about the unique possibilities of stories in a professional context. For example, the Stories format layout is ideal for sharing key moments from work events, and the full-screen narrative style makes it easy to share tips and tricks that help us work smarter.

"We've also seen a whole generation growing up with Stories as a way of speaking; they're more comfortable beginning conversations with an ephemeral full-screen format than exchanging updates and opting to share content that lives as a moment in time rather than as an item in a stream."

LinkedIn also released Stories back in 2018, simply called "Student Voices" for university students, whom they'd like to connect with others. And because stories are growing means of youth communication, it seemed to be the right choice and would help push the site into more engagement.

Since LinkedIn unveiled stories for university students, it had announced that it will carry out stories for everyone early, but we don't know what they're going to look like up to now.

The problem arises whether Stories would be ideal for LinkedIn or not, or would make a positive difference. Criticism is still coming in, but let's not forget that Insta Stories has already criticized it, but they've obviously made it big, and the same goes for Facebook Stories too.

LinkedIn says not everyone needs the new features but it makes sense to introduce it to LinkedIn given that on other sites the younger generation is inclined towards this feature.

And while every major social networking site in this regard seems to mimic each other, it seems to be a logical move, as it is becoming increasingly popular with more people.  As for LinkedIn, we'll have to wait and see how it adds up to the network.

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