In the past, LinkedIn feeds were great for staying updated on industry trends, following companies, and connecting with business leaders. However, nowadays, the feed has become cluttered, making it difficult for users to find relevant content. It’s important to recognize that content suitable for Instagram or Facebook or any other social platform may not always be appropriate for LinkedIn.
LinkedIn’s purpose is to provide a space for professional updates, industry insight, job opportunities, connecting with professional beyond geographic boundaries to share knowledge and to learn something new from peers. Unfortunately, the feed is now filled with unnecessary posts, such as Instagram reels without a clear purpose is posted on LinkedIn, personal life updates that lack professional relevance, and even pictures with motivational quotes. If you’re tired of this irrelevant content on LinkedIn, this blog post is for you. We’ll explore how to customize your feed for more meaningful and professional content.
Step 1: Go to setting -> Account preferences -> Feed preferences -> select most relevant posts (Recommended)
Step 2: Go back to your home page, check the feed you don’t want to see again
It will prompt the below message and choose the option that suits your situation the best.
Step 3: You may completely choose to unfollow a profile or page on your feed.
Step 4: To further refine, you may choose 4th option.
Selecting I don’t want to see this will prompt the next dialog box, you may choose the option that suits your situation the best and submit.
By taking proactive steps to customize your LinkedIn feed you can transform your experience on the platform.
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(*World Economic Forum posts in the LinkedIn user’s feed is used as an example for this article for educational purposes)