Cars Story Feature and Improved Search - Linkedin Rolls Out Redesign
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Phase 4 is a rare and welcome chance to start over in the MCUAvengers: Endgame not only brought a story arc 22 movies in the making to an end, but also waved goodbye to Marvel Studios’ old guard. Chris Evans’ Captain America hung up his shield, while Iron Man – Robert Downey Jr.’s lovable playboy philanthropist who kickstarted this phenomenon – perished with an “I Am Iron Man” click of the fingers. Black Widow (though returning for a prequel solo movie) has her fate sealed, and even Hulk is lost in a complex battle of movie rights.
Linkedin has completely redesigned its platform. There is also a new story feature that will be rolled out gradually.
After the last major redesign over five years ago, the LinkedIn business network now shines in new splendor. In addition, the search and messaging functions have been improved and the story feature should now be ready for the market after extensive tests.More inclusive layout for more representation
The new layout is less blue-heavy, thus appears warmer and, according to LinkedIn, should better represent the “diverse, inclusive and reliable community”.
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Inclusion and accessibility should continue to be firmly anchored in the design principles of the network. Darkmode should follow soon. New illustrations should be more diverse and show more people with disabilities and different skin colors. “We want everyone to be able to recognize themselves and feel welcome,”announcement.
In addition to the visual changes, Linkedin also wants to expand the opportunities and possibilities for users. "Open to Work" is a feature that job seekers can use to indicate via their profile picture that they are looking for new challenges. According to LinkedIn, initial research has shown that using the feature resulted in an average of 40 percent more inquiries from recruiters and 20 percent more messages from the community.
What the critics are saying about Netflix's Cursed
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stories and other features
The new story format also fits well into the professional context, writes Linkedin's CEO Ryan Rolansky. It gives users the opportunity to interact more personally with one another. Especially in times of the corona crisis and home office, the feature could replace short conversations in the coffee kitchen.
In addition, the update makes it possible to no longer just search for people and jobs, but also to display events, groups and content such as articles or videos.
The enhanced messaging functions include the possibility of editing, deleting or respond to them with emojis. In addition, users can now start a video call directly from Messenger via Microsoft Teams, Bluejeans or Zoom.
The updates will be rolled out immediately.
What the critics are saying about Lovecraft Country
The monsters aren't the only horrors in Lovecraft ountry on HBOThe big question is, can Lovecraft Country compete with the other acclaimed shows that HBO has released? Judging by the reaction to the premie, the answer certainly seems to be an early yes. Don't take our word for it, here's a Lovecraft Country review round-up. The series is available on HBO in the US and Sky/NowTV in the UK.
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History on screen: East Germany through its filmmakers' eyes .
BERLIN (AP) — As John F. Kennedy peered over the Berlin Wall into communist East Germany in 1963, red curtains blocked the U.S. president's view through the Brandenburg Gate and a banner perched in front of it accused the United States of breaking an international agreement “to prevent the rebirth of German militarism.” A western newsreel documented the crowds cheering Kennedy on the western side as well as the East German stunt, the narrator noting that Kennedy didn't get a good look at the gate, because "the Iron Curtain was supplemented by a giant cloth one, as the Communists made sure he saw their propaganda.