LinkedIn voice message feature
Popular employment owned social media service and Microsoft owned company LinkedIn launches a voice message feature with this feature user can send and receive voice messages. Already, some social media platforms using this feature, such as Facebook and WhatsApp.
LinkedIn said, “people can speak four times faster than they type, with this point of view we bring this voice message feature. Also, whether you’re responding while walking or multitasking, or need to give an in-depth explanation, voice messages let you more easily and quickly communicate in your own voice with your connections.”
While, the new LinkedIn voice message feature is helpful for users who find typing difficulties. Also, useful when you need to explain complex ideas that could be more difficult to type and edit. With The voice messages feature, users can express their thoughts freely.
LinkedIn senior product manager Zach Hendlin, says that, “this feature will make it easier for people to send messages while on the go, as well as easier for recipients as they can listen and respond when they have a free moment.”
How to use voice message feature
Just Like Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn customers can use the microphone icon and then press and hold the microphone to record the voice message. Users can also drop the message by sliding the finger far from the microphone icon while holding it down.
LinkedIn is also coordinating with Microsoft features to its voice message feature, such as Bing maps and translation tool.
Microsoft purchased LinkedIn in 2016 and the company achieved $5bn of its $110bn incomes for Microsoft in monetary year 2018 that is the revenue grew 37% to $1.46 billion. At Microsoft’s ongoing income declaration, it asserted to have 575 million members.
Voice messaging feature now available in iOS and Android, and you can get voice messages on mobile and on the web. The voice message feature will take off across the world to all individuals in the following days.