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December 12, 2014

LinkedIn revamps home page

The change is expected to improve user experience.

By CBR Staff Writer

LinkedIn is redesigning its homepage to make the user experience smoother and the management of accounts easier.

The design changes include a dashboard, which will show how many people have viewed your profile. Viewers will be able to use the dashboard to gain a deeper insight on what is trending with connections.

The company has introduced a ‘Keep in Touch’ box, which will allow users to comment and voice their opinion and it will also suggest people based upon existing connections.

Re/code reported LinkedIn product management VP Joff Redfern as saying: "In the ten years of our company, we could have done more to make [connecting with others] super clear to members when they opened up the home page."

"Now we want that to be super clear. This page is about how you start your day."

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