LinkedIn releases new buttons and updates the algorithm that will allow users to be able to manage comments posted in response to articles.
LinkedIn releases new buttons and updates the algorithm that will allow users to be able to manage comments posted in response to articles. Based on what is written and based on interest in a conversation, it will be easy to deactivate or enable the display.
LinkedIn has made it known that more than 3 million members publish stories and articles every week on a wide range of topics ranging from health care, machine learning, SEO advice and much more. IS the right to publish whatever you want, sometimes turns into a right of fury surrounded by violations and offenses.Once posted in the LinkedIn platform, comments can be disabled by selecting the "disable comments" option in the settings. this procedure executable only via desktop, so if you are writing via smartphone, you will have to switch to another device. By deactivating post comments, those already published will be permanently deleted. It will be possible to reactivate them at any time.
"We continue to encourage two-way conversations on LinkedIn and for many members who choose to publish content, comments are a great way to start discussions and extend the reach. At the same time, we want to give more choices in the types of conversations that can be had on LinkedIn"Explained the product manager of the company – Heidi Wang – in a post.La Wang also wanted to clarify that there are too many inappropriate interventions. LinkedIn proposed a feature to proceed with the report, flagging offensive or violent comment which was published in response to one of our contents.