December 5, 2020
LinkedIn multiple photo support

LinkedIn Multiple Photo Support Comes to iOS, Soon to Android, Desktop

LinkedIn multiple photo support is now on iOS, and it will make its way to Android, along with desktop to provide its members with more useful options…

LinkedIn keeps improving its user experience, most recently with a Windows 10 app, along with a new mobile video feature. Now, the company just announced it is rolling out a multiple photo support for iOS users.

LinkedIn Multiple Photo Support Now on iOS, Coming Soon to Android and Desktop

The professional networking site seems to notice it must deliver more of a social component to its platform — be it with a business-esque twist. LinkedIn just introduced support for images the comments section in late June. Prior to that in May, the company added image filters and editing tools. Now, it’s making its iOS native app more useful with multiple photos.

“Want to share photos from an industry event you attended? Or how about photos from your team offsite that capture your company culture? You can now select multiple photos to include in a single post on LinkedIn. With this new feature, you can share more than one view of the experience you want to share with your network. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, now imagine what multiple pictures will do.”

LinkedIn multiple photo support examples
Credit: LinkedIn

As pictured above, it’s as simple as selecting images from a device’s camera roll, adding them to a post, and then sharing the images. Unfortunately, LinkedIn did not provide any more details about the new option, such as how many photos are supported, if there are any built-in enhancement tools, or any other elaboration. However, the company did state in its announcement the feature will soon be available on Android and iOS.

LinkedIn reached 500 million members globally in late April, about four months after it introduced its refreshed desktop design

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