LinkedIn Revamps Website With Notifications, A Feature Familiar To Facebook Users (LNKD, FB)

LinkedIn Revamps Website With Notifications, A Feature Familiar To Facebook Users (LNKD, FB)

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New LinkedIn just revamped its website and added a key feature, notifications, which make it easier to track what's happening on the professional social network. The new notifications icon will be familiar to anyone who uses Facebook or Google: It rests in the top toolbar on the homepage and lets you...
LinkedIn Revamps Website With Notifications, A Feature Familiar To Facebook Users (LNKD, FB)
                                     

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