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LinkedIn launched its iPad App

LinkedIn first iPad App is now available on App store since wednesday. This new App will bring a brand new look and feel to this social network.

Its layout is pretty nice and includes some new features. The most important one is the calendar widget on the left side of your home updates screen. It pulls in appointments directly from your iPad’s calendar (with your permission, of course).  It will also display the LinkedIn profiles of the people you will have to meet with.

The main central screen provide LinkedIn users 3 main options: Updates, Profile (= You), and Inbox.

Profile : this is the portion of the app where you can review your profile, your connections, set your own status updates, but also see who’s recently viewed your profile.
In this section also, LinkedIn will suggest you some others users, and you will be able to send invitations very easily. You can also see connections shared with others, and it will be simple to send them emails, or to call them.

Inbox:  in this part of the app, you will find the messages sent by connections, as well as the connections requests. The screen is separate in two panes, one for the messages and invitations on the left, and the content of messages on the big part on the right.
You will able able to send new messages to your connections, or to new connections directly from this inbox.

Update:  your LinkedIn calendar will be loaded in this section.

Even if many of these features are really good, this app clearly needs to be improved

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2 Comments on “LinkedIn launched its iPad App”

  1. amit April 28, 2012 at 6:20 pm #

    Reblogged this on i-techno.

  2. WholeLottaWonder! April 29, 2012 at 4:22 pm #

    It’s been a longtime coming. I really like the Linkedin iPad app.

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