According to the ‘The Next Web‘ new report, Online social networking giant for professionals LinkedIn corp, will soon introduce its new feature, which will allow its users to upload and share native videos through its app.
Reports also claims that “These feature can be shot vertically or horizontally with a limit of up to 10 minutes. LinkedIn will also provide its users to analytic such as who viewed the video, likes , video count and number of times it shared”.
However, the company will not be mentioning the users who viewed the video but instead it will give a more broader information such as their job titles and where they currently work.
Meeting this new feature seems like LinkedIn will be able to compete directly with other social applications like Instagram and Snapchat. We yet can not see how the company plans to integrate this feature and how it will help those who visit the website in search of work.
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