I made the mistake of thinking this was a “helpful” site. I’ve been on LinkedIn almost a week now, & with no friends it’s kind of difficult to maneuver, as if that’s not bad enough tagging LinkedIn to ask em questions directly gets you nowhere, no response, none at at all. Even some of their members seem oblivious. If anyone has a better site/app anything, pls comment it I’d appreciate it.
I was so inspired by an interview with the CEO of Linked In. What a leader in an industry I thought!! I find linked In very restrictive. All I get is emails from the people in my profession. I want to connect to others who are inspiring doing innovative things, sharing new ideas in many areas. I have a work emails s cannot have a second email used to do other connections. I hope th CRO is listening he has some important changes to make this more relevant and useful
Buenas tardes. En función de la más reciente actualización, continúa la falla que no permite subir videos y ahora se agrega que no permite ver las recomendaciones recibidas.
Putting myself in LinkedIn’s shoes for a moment . . . I assume that the app is not the greatest value driver at LinkedIn, and I assume that priorities have shifted somewhat since the Microsoft acquisition to focus more on adding value to across the Microsoft ecosystem with newly available LinkedIn data, and I am confident that LinkedIn (and Microsoft for that matter) will eventually get around to producing “pro” apps for iOS enterprise license holders at some point (html signatures in Outlook?). My review here, therefore, should not be construed as a “complaint,” but rather as an expression of “disappointment”—when you ask a customer to pay $60-$120 per month for a premium service, you expect a premium (read: “efficient”) experience. Many professionals use iPads to do real work, and some portion of those professionals are among LinkedIn’s premium customers. Ensuring that your app is ready to take advantage of the latest features made available by the platform (iOS) utilized by a majority of your premium customers is the minimum LinkedIn should be doing to express its appreciation for this group—doing so would require minimal time and resources. Apps published by children have this feature; therefore, it seems reasonable to expect apps published by Silicon Valley Unicorns to be at least one order of magnitude more polished, modern, and efficient.
I really enjoy this app and I remember first getting introduced to it when I was at a vocational transition program for the blind last year. For some reason, every time I hit connect on someone I know with the people you may know tab, it’s not give me the confirmation that people‘s invitations are on the way like it used to and I wish it would do that, I hope you can take the time to fix that bug as a blind person thank you so much otherwise for including the blind in making this app
Unfortunately I have no idea how I signed up for this and would NEVER have agreed to pay this amount per month for a service I don’t need! Extremely disappointed since I have tried to cancel several times but can’t get my $$ back and still charging me every month. Extremely upset since I can’t afford this and now my bank account is near empty!
I had created my company account 2 time and it get blocked for no reason,im really disappointed with this thing As it effects me repo to my customers when they asked your linked in account is not working I am answer less to them 😐.
THIS APP JUST DOES NOT WORK. The app is crashing like anything on iphone 10. I am about to uninstall this since I am having major issues with this app.
Regular hiccups in interface with iOS/GBoard typing, and frequently fails to upload posts I put a lot of work into. No draft option means "failed to post" =deletion. Awful. Surprisingly bad for such an otherwise good, essential app.
Premium is $60 after the free trial. I’m aware I read cancellation procedure and made a note on my calendar. LinkedIn website sends me to Apple. Which doesn’t give me the option to cancel. Unsure how to actually speak or reach customer service, Reach out to Apple who can’t help but I must use them to cancel. Now I am stuck with a feature that is helpful but not necessary. At 1 point it turned job searching off because I didn’t respond to the borderline “spam” offers I received. Never go premium complete waste that probably won’t help you get a job.