Microsoft Launches Windows 10 App for LinkedIn

Microsoft Launches Windows 10 App for LinkedIn. Microsoft-owned professional network LinkedIn (NYSE:LNKD) announced recently a new app that is deeply integrated into Windows 10 OS and accessible through Windows 10 Start Menu and task bar. LinkedIn App for Windows 10 “Every month millions of professionals around the world access LinkedIn using a web browser on Windows 10,” said LinkedIn’s Product Manager Hermes Alvarez. “We want to give these members more options for how they connect with their professional world, so today we’re excited to share that we are starting to roll out our LinkedIn app for Windows 10. With our new desktop application, Windows 10 users can enjoy a richer, more engaging and connected LinkedIn experience.” The app includes features such as real-time notifications on updates and new messages from LinkedIn connections, as well as news and information on who has been viewing your profile. Microsoft finalized its $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn in December 2016. The company has expressed its intentions to bring LinkedIn identity to Microsoft’s productivity applications, like Outlook and Office as well as introducing LinkedIn notifications in the Windows Action Center, among other things. The new app is already rolling out to Windows Store and will be available in 22 languages at first, including Czech, Indonesian, Thai, Malay, Romanian, English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Norwegian, Polish, Turkish, Swedish, Chinese (traditional), Chinese (simplified), Arabic, Danish, Italian, Dutch, Japanese and Korean. The LinkedIn Windows 10 app will be available to all LinkedIn markets by the end of July. Image: LinkedIn

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Microsoft Launches LinkedIn App for Windows 10

Microsoft-owned professional network LinkedIn (NYSE:LNKD) announced recently a new app that is deeply integrated into Windows 10 OS and accessible through Windows 10 Start Menu and task bar.

LinkedIn App for Windows 10

“Every month millions of professionals around the world access LinkedIn using a web browser on Windows 10,” said LinkedIn’s Product Manager Hermes Alvarez. “We want to give these members more options for how they connect with their professional world, so today we’re excited to share that we are starting to roll out our LinkedIn app for Windows 10. With our new desktop application, Windows 10 users can enjoy a richer, more engaging and connected LinkedIn experience.”

The app includes features such as real-time notifications on updates and new…

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