LinkedIn Prototypes A New Search UI

Reverse engineering expert Jane Manchun Wong recently shared a snapshot of LinkedIn working on a fresh search user-interface.

LinkedIn is renowned as the social media network for professionals. According to the latest statistics, the platform hosts over 660 million members, who log on to find new employment opportunities and connect with other professionals from their network.

Up until now, the search filter on LinkedIn was pretty plain, with the search bar appearing on top. However, LinkedIn is now working to enhance its search feature by implementing a new user-interface. According to the screenshot shared by Jane on her official Twitter account, the new UI would give users more interactive options to narrow down their search.

Moreover, the new UI would be arranged in a nifty layout, allowing the users to find their preferred professionals with ease.

The responders on Jane’s tweet also appreciated the new UI and commented that the change was much needed to handle the search queries on LinkedIn.

As of yet, the feature is under test phase. LinkedIn has also not issued any official statement regarding the update. But judging from Jane’s discovery, the feature would be out sooner as the Corona crisis making people spend more time on LinkedIn.

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LinkedIn is reportedly working on a new user-interface for search quires to make it more detailed and interactive.

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