A new voice messaging update to both iOS and Android: LinkedIn
Published on August 3, 2018
LinkedIn is a platform where people who need some professional work reaches you from and also we can say that it is a social network for people who enjoy soul-crushing banality, knows you get more than a few emails from randos wanting to add you to their “professional network.” Everybody engaged in some of the other business would be surely tired of reading the messages from random acquaintances looking to discuss synergy-based solutions and business to business services?
For them we have an exciting update which is added in both iOS and Android apps, you can now listen to them instead by voice messaging(new feature by linkedIn).
The company had so much discussion before adding this new feature to the apps and their main question was why to use voice messaging? The company outlined the reasons one might resort to audio messages.
Voice message is such a great feature for conducting B2B businesses because when a person speaks he speaks about four times faster then they type, making voice messaging great for explaining longer o,r more complex ideas without the time and involvement of typing and editing a message,” LinkedIn said that voice message has the advantage to know that person better and to make a good connections and yes by voice messages there is effective communication. The person can sometimes get lost in translation in written communications, therefore, it’s easier for you.
Including voice messaging app is great but also suggesting it an easier and more convenient way to conduct business in a professional environment is a real head-scratcher. Text messages do not give an expression that what a person wants but voice messaging can surely give the expression of person want from you and its more than easier, and sometimes on text messages, many things are not cleared between the two. SO now the update has been rolling put in the market and soon al the iOS and Android mobile phones will have the voice messaging update and will be available till next week. Also, these voice notes will not be deleted while you pretend to get your work done.
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