LinkedIn starts letting people natively upload videos that play automatically – VentureBeat
LinkedIn may be the last major social network to add a way for people to share videos natively, but it will share new information about the people who view those videos.
LinkedIn will finally let people natively upload videos to the business-centric social network through its mobile app. On Thursday, LinkedIn started testing the feature with a small number of users in the U.S. whose natively uploaded videos will play automatically with the sound off when they appear in people’s feeds. People can disable videos from playing automatically in their account settings. The company plans to roll out the video-sharing feature to all users worldwide “in the coming months,” according to a LinkedIn spokesperson.
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