LinkedIn is Reportedly Working on a Much-Needed Analytics Feature!

With the social media and networking services working constantly in order to make their respective platforms easy to navigate and use, how can LinkedIn be left behind? In fact, the business and employment-oriented service might be on its way to rolling out a feature that many of its users have been asking for a long time now.

According to Alessandro Paluzzi, a mobile developer. LinkedIn is working on making it possible for users to check out their page analytics directly from the app! Paluzzi even attached a screenshot to his tweet to give us a sneak peek at how the analytics page will look in this case.

After accessing the said tab, a user will be shown their total followers as well as the number of people who followed them in the last 30 days.

There’s no denying that the option to view analytics without having to log into the browser version of LinkedIn is something that should make things easy for a lot of users. At the end of the day, LinkedIn is all about connections, and if you can get the opportunity to easily figure out how people are perceiving your page (by giving you a follow or follow back), that could help you solidify your presence on the platform.

There’s no word yet as to when LinkedIn would be completed with this feature and roll it out. Stay tuned for any potential updates on this story.
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