LinkedIn, a popular social networking platform for professionals, is testing a new feature that allows users to turn off political content on the platform.
In an interview with WSJ’s Joanna Stern, LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky explains why the professional network has seen a surge in Gen Z users and details some new features, including a no-politics button. In this guide, we are going to look at How to Switch Off Political Posts in Your Linkedin Feed.
How to Switch Off Political Posts in Your Linkedin Feed
- Update your LinkedIn app to the latest version
- Now go to settings and then and then account preferences
- And then feed preferences and turn off allow political content feed.
Users in India do not have a problem with political posts, but most users in the United States do. LinkedIn says it utilizes keywords and signals from users, as well as input from LinkedIn’s editorial team, to identify political posts, and eliminate them from your feed. Users will also soon be able to block posts on certain topics from appearing in their stream.
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