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#KINCTips On LinkedIn Stories

LinkedIn users in Australia can now also access the new, vertically-aligned, temporary status update option.

As you can see in this sequence, LinkedIn Stories, which the company confirmed were coming back in February, function pretty much the same as they do on Facebook and Instagram, with a Stories bar along the top of the main feed, and various stickers and tools available to decorate your Stories frames.
When you first access a LinkedIn Story, you're prompted to check your privacy settings for Stories viewing.

That aligns with LinkedIn's regular capacity for users to see who's viewed their profile - if you don't want people to see that you've checked out their LinkedIn story, you can switch this off via your Story settings.

LinkedIn provides three alternatives on this front - when you view a Story, the Story creator will see either:
  • Your name and headline
  • Private profile characteristics (title and most recent education institution or company, if applicable)
  • Private mode (anonymous)

So you do have the option to view LinkedIn Stories anonymously if that better suits.
The Stories creation stream is fairly straightforward - take a photo/video, add stickers and text, then publish.

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