Schedule Posts Using LinkedIn’s New Feature
Schedule Posts Using Linkedin’s New Feature
As part of a new feature rollout, the social media platform for professionals, LinkedIn, will now permit scheduling postings for later.
According to at least one online claim from the web developer and app researcher Nima Owji in August, the Microsoft-owned social network seems to have been testing the new feature internally for a number of months previously. However, it appears that LinkedIn is finally getting ready for prime time, according to an increasing number of reports on social media.
Matt Navarra, a famous tipper and social media strategist, verified the allegations after discovering the post-scheduling function both inside the Android app and on the LinkedIn website.
Users may select a certain day and a half-hourly period for their post-publication using the scheduling tool, which is displayed with a ticking clock when a post is being written, according to Tech Crunch.
Furthermore, LinkedIn is only jumping on the bandwagon; other social networking sites like Facebook, Gmail, and Twitter had previously made comparable post-scheduling features available far earlier.