LinkedIn on Tuesday debuted its new mobile app, promising a "more intuitive, smarter" and simpler experience.
For the first time, LinkedIn will now ask users what they are interested in, helping the app learn. You can also simply unfollow anything unsuitable.
Similarly, check My Network to keep up with colleagues and other industry workers. In a nod to social media rival Facebook, LinkedIn now prompts users to say congrats to a connection celebrating a new role or work anniversary.
"We know time is scarce, so we made it as easy as possible for you to connect to your professional network and stay informed about the conversations and content most relevant to you," Joff Redfern, LinkedIn's Vice President of Product, wrote in a blog post.
That includes Messaging, which, like the recent desktop update, promises quick conversations in a lightweight interface. The company also says Search is 300 times faster than before.
The Me tab, meanwhile, is fairly self-explanatory: see who has viewed your profile, and who is commenting on it or sharing your posts; also update your professional details.
The updated app is available to download now from the App Store and Google Play.