LinkedIn Added the Voice Messaging Feature to Simplify Business Communication


Linkedln has added support of voice messaging to enhance the experience and make communication little easier over the professional networking site and messenger. The new feature is now available as Android and iOS app offering users to record a voice message with a maximum duration of 1 minute.

Undoubtedly it is easier to record voice message rather than typing a message and it is also a faster means which the company claims in a blog post  “People speak about four times faster than they type, making voice messaging great for explaining longer or more complex ideas without the time and involvement of typing and editing a message. We hope this makes it easier than ever to communicate when you want company claimed.”

“Whether you’re responding while walking or multitasking, or need to give an in-depth explanation, voice messages let you more easily and quickly communicate in your own voice, with your connections said LinkedIn Senior Product Manager Zack Hendlin in a blog.

The feature would be added by next week. The voice messaging feature lacks supporting text preview and users had to listen to the audio to check the message.

The process is simple used universally as the user had to tap the microphone icon in the mobile messaging keyboard and hold on the microphone in the circle to record your voice message and release your finger to send it.

After Microsoft bought Linkedln, evolution process started to accelerate witnessed with the addition of new features catering to the demands for better communication of the community. Among the recently added features, translation is one useful feature which could help in connecting across the globe.

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