We live in a digital era where social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook rule our social life and LinkedIn plays a dominant role in our professional life. It is only natural that these digital media giants come up with newer features every day to offer the best experience to the users on their platform.

Millions of users all around the world share stories and video content in the stories format on Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook stories. It has received a great response from users ever since it has been introduced.

LinkedIn announced that the “LinkedIn stories” would be coming back in February. Keeping up with their promise, the social network for professionals has introduced the feature for the LinkedIn users in Brazil.

These stories look similar to those of Instagram and Facebook and remain identical in concept. While there is some criticism about the needlessness of this feature on a professional platform, most people have welcomed this change.

About LinkedIn Stories

LinkedIn has facilitated various ways to decorate your stories like stickers and frames. It has also posted some FAQ documentation and an outline about how the LinkedIn Stories feature works. Besides that, here is some standard information that you must know before opting for the feature:

The Best Google Meet Features

Google Meet is an integral part of its Suite essentials. With the recent announcement, Google Meet has been made available to public with all its full-fledged features that are otherwise available.

Google Meet is available for conferencing of up to 100 people at a time for the time limit of 60 minutes and even longer. Google offers this premium product with all the amazing features like simple scheduling and screen sharing, real-time captions and layouts that adapt to your preference including an expanded tiled view.

What to Expect in the Future?

LinkedIn holds a prominent and deserving place in the niche of professional social networks. There are none other platforms that are competing even close to it. Although there are many active users, LinkedIn expects to receive a record surge in its engagement after the response in Brazil where the feature is introduced and running successfully.

The LinkedIn stories feature would be available only on the mobile app. It would definitely be interesting to see how this feature works in favor of the users in the future.