After getting feedback from members, post rolling out the redesign, LinkedIn is bringing back some search features. So, are you looking for a job/switch? You can now easily search for a relevant job on LinkedIn with these search features....
In January this year, LinkedIn rolled out a desktop redesign to all its members. In this redesign, one had a single search box at the top of every LinkedIn page to find people, jobs, companies, groups and schools. After getting feedback from members, post rolling out the redesign, LinkedIn is bringing back some search features. So, are you looking for a job/switch? You can now easily search for a relevant job on LinkedIn with these search features:
- Text fields for keyword searches: You can refine your search by first name, last name, title (current), company (current) and/or school using text fields on the Top and People pages.
- Sticky filters: If you select filters for your search they will remain in place for future searches until you deselect them.
- Saved Searches: Save and reuse your favorite searches.
- Search by Posts: You can now search for posts using the search box.
“At LinkedIn, “Members first” is one of the core tenets of our engineering process. “Members first” means listening to our members, deeply understanding their needs, and building products that meet them. It also means acknowledging when you didn’t get it quite right,” David Flink, Director of Product Management, Search & Discovery, LinkedIn said in a statement.
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“Your collective wishlist had a few more requests, such as more granular location targeting. We’re working on them, and you can expect to see a steady stream of updates over the next couple of weeks and months. I want to encourage you to continue to share your feedback on LinkedIn Search as we roll out these changes; we’re better for it,” Flink added.