More than a decade after it was first launched, LinkedIn has revamped its app to make it easier to connect with people and find jobs.
The company says the changes, which are now rolling out across the app, include:The new interface looks cleaner and simpler than before, with a clean design for groups and a focus on keeping things simple and focused.
And it also has new buttons that are easier to find in the search bar.
It says users will see more information in the main navigation bar, including the top search result, and they’ll be able to see a “share” button in the upper right corner of the screen, which will let users share their search results.
The app also has a new “share to friends” button that lets users share a link from the app to a friend, a link to another page or a list of other apps they’ve found on the site.
Users will also see more personal information on their profiles, such as email addresses and phone numbers, and new options to help manage their profile’s privacy settings.
For more on LinkedIn, watch:The changes are rolling out in phases and will be rolling out to users in early April.