Big news for Linkedin users, app will now run in these languages as well

There is good news for people who find it difficult to communicate effectively in English. Your job hunt will now be much easier, as Linkedin will now be available in Hindi as well. Your job search will no longer be impeded by language barriers. While it was previously stated that LinkedIn was only available in English, it will soon be available in 25 languages, including Linkedin Hindi. That is, LinkedIn will now be supported in 25 languages.

Phase-I of Linkedin in Hindi language has now been launched. From now on, you will be able to create your content on your Linkedin profile in Hindi language, such as feed, profile, job and messaging, etc. You can also create content in Hindi on desktop, Android. It is also going to be made available to iOS users soon.

How to use LinkedIn's mobile app in Hindi?: Let's now also know how you can view Linkedin's mobile app in Hindi? For this, first, go to your phone's settings, then select the Hindi language as the device's preferred language.

Follow steps now?:

Members will first have to go to the top of the Linkedin homepage on the desktop and click the "ME" icon.
After this step you have to choose "Settings & Privacy".
The members will then have to click "Account Preferences" on the left.
You will then have to select "Site Preferences".
You will find the option of "Change" next to the language, which you need to click on and select "Hindi" from the drop-down.

Once all these steps are completed, the consumer will see all the content displayed in Hindi language on the platform, including the interface and navigation bar.

This will help members (who are not very comfortable in English) to quickly and easily search for all the features they are searching for.

Here's how you can see user-generated content on members' home feed in the same language as it is created.

On the other hand, members who have already elected Hindi as their primary language. He will also be able to translate the related post into Hindi by clicking on the "C translation" option on his post.

On the other hand, if any members are not using the Hindi keyboard to post any content in Hindi on the Linkedin, they will be converted to Hindi the input language of their keyboard. If you don't want to do that, then you'll have to add Hindi key-board to your desktop or smartphone.

LinkedIn Market in India: For information, there is a huge market for Linkdin in the country and the world. The total number of Linkdin members in the world is about 800 million. Out of which about 82 million are from India alone.  Coming to the number of last three years, the figure of Linkdin members in India has increased by 20 million.

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