LinkedIn is the latest platform to embrace the disappearing Stories format. The professional-networking site unveiled its latest redesign that makes the company’s months-long experiment with LinkedIn Stories official. Beginning today, the company is rolling out the feature to all its users in the U.S. and Canada, with plans to push it out to everyone in the next few weeks.
LinkedIn’s version of Stories is a lot like what you’d find on Instagram or Snapchat. Take a photo, decorate it with text or a GIF and upload to your profile for all your professional connections to see for 24 hours (you can change up your privacy settings to control who can view your Story). And, in case you need an extra reminder that the feature exists, LinkedIn will place all your connections’ Stories at the top of your main feed.