Social media advisor and tipster Matt Navarra confirmed the discharge of the function on his LinkedIn profile. He mentioned that the function was rolling out to Android and internet solely. After we checked the service’s Android app and logged in by way of the online, we couldn’t see the function but. TechCrunch stories that a number of customers have gotten the function. On the idea of this info, it appears to be a phased roll out.
Find out how to verify schedule publish function
- If you wish to verify whether or not you’ve obtained the function, you may open the LinkedIn app in your Android machine.
- Be sure to replace it to the newest model.
- Faucet on the “+” (publish) signal on the underside of the display screen.
- Faucet on the compose message field to convey the keyboard up.
- In case you see a clock icon subsequent to “Publish”, you’ve obtained the function.
- An identical clock will present up beside the “Publish” button on the internet.
Internet developer and app researcher Nima Owji in August had shared a screenshot on Twitter suggesting that LinkedIn is engaged on this function for a while.
#LinkedIn is including the power of scheduling a publish! https://t.co/1a8uhEWMbB
— Nima Owji (@nima_owji) 1661937448000
An identical performance is obtainable by varied social media and know-how corporations. For instance, Twitter (by way of TweetDeck) and Fb already supply the scheduling function. Gmail additionally permits you to schedule sending your messages.
Third-party platforms resembling Hootsuite and Buffer already permit customers to schedule their posts on LinkedIn. Nonetheless, folks is probably not comfy in giving entry to their accounts to such platforms attributable to safety causes.