New Delhi: Microsoft-owned LinkedIn is rolling out a new feature that allows users to schedule posts to be sent later on Android and the web.
Social media consultant Matt Navarra Forte spots the new feature.
He posted on Twitter, “LinkedIn is rolling out the Schedule Posts feature. Currently only available on Android and web. Check out the clock icon to schedule your next post.”
He also saw the post-scheduling feature inside the Android app and on the LinkedIn website.
According to a TechCrunch report, when the user clicks on the clock icon, he/she gets the option to select a specific date and half-hour slot for which he/she wants to schedule his/her post.
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