Short bite size segments each with powerful messages that can be immediately put into practice. Love it!!!!!
Unable to use this app as it crashes when trying to open it.
I am a longtime Linda.com (which was acquired by linked in) subscriber and LinkedIn Learning is a vastly inferior product with maddeningly stupid “features” that do nothing to positively affect the user experience. Most of them, social in nature, feel thoughtlessly implemented by people who have no interest in the product. Features like “liking” videos. THIS ISNT YOUTUBE! I pay for this! Can you imagine walking into a restauraunt and seeing how many people “liked” a dish? Does that mean videos with few likes are bad? Should those creators be fired? Because I’m a PAYING for this! The homepage is a wall of thumbnail videos that scrolls like a Pinterest page. Each line has “recommended” videos for you to watch. It’s a grid of literally HUNDREDS of “recommended” videos. It’s overwhelming and terrible design. If everything is recommended, nothing is recommended. It’s frustrating. It’s bad. It’s embarassing for a site that’s supposed to be teaching others how to do media.
A fine app
A monthly Subscribe to the linkedIn is limited in a country like iran, it is due to not having access to credit cards and our local debit card would not work in this matter. But i really admire your fruitful services and appreciate your website.
Learning LinkedIn Recruiter, gave me the insight of tools that recruiters use, in order to find the perfect candidate. It helped me to understand the importance of certain key words on an applicants resume and how they further a candidates chances of being discovered!
Lost all my access to Lynda.com via library card once LinkedIn learning bought them
The first part of my review is about the trainings. The second part is about the app. Part 1. Not worth it. When the trainings were available as Lynda.com, it was the one subscription service that I would never give up. If someone had said “you can have a cell phone or Lynda.com” I would have chosen Lynda.com without hesitation. Once LinkedIn bought it, the whole thing fell apart. The classes on programming, design, audio and video were left to age, meanwhile the service was populated with Human Resources junk and self-help BS. I become furious with the videos. The production quality of the trainings (especially from the video artists /facepalm) is so bad that your eyes cross. With the L.C trainings, the courses were so well designed I would refer to them first before I touched a manual. Now LinkedIn is allowing everybody and his cousin twice removed to call himself a professional or an expert and puts up his YouTube videos in the LI library. The search for helpful videos takes so long now, I give up to find other resources. Part 2. The app is so much worse. You have to first drill down into a subject to find the videos on specific software. After you do that, there is no clear distinction between videos that are not just about that software, and the videos that have a little bit about a piece of software nested in a video about something that really has nothing to do with what you need. Worse, you have to do a guessing game regarding the content based on the titles. Sadly, there is no L.C any more or even a remote likeness.Perhaps there is some developer out there somewhere who can resurrect the brilliance that was L.C in another system. LinkedIn learning has made me angry and sad. Linked in took away and ruined one of the best things ever on the Internet. Once again, corporate crap wins.
What amazing tools LinkedIn have available to enhance your experience. Very impressive.
This platform to learn is fantastic, teachers are very good!!