LinkedIn experiments with short video format inspired by TikTok

LinkedIn has recently introduced a new feature to its platform, showcasing short videos in a TikTok-style format. The job search platform is testing the new section which will be available in the navigation bar with a ‘Video’ tab. Users can access and view vertically formatted videos by scrolling through their feed.

The company has confirmed the development of this feature, which is currently in the testing phase. However, specific details about how videos are selected for users’ feeds have not been shared. The rise in popularity of videos among users as a preferred format for learning from professionals and experts has prompted this move by LinkedIn.

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