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Windows Phone 8 : LinkedIn (part 3) - Posting a Message, The Feeds Filter

12/28/2014 8:43:43 PM
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Posting a Message

You can post a message to LinkedIn by going to the Me tile and following these steps:

1. Tap Post an Update.

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2. Tap the Post To field.

3. Clear all the check boxes except for the LinkedIn box.

4. Tap the Done icon.

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5. Enter your message.

6. Tap the Post icon.

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The Feeds Filter

Because Windows Live, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn content is all aggregated and displayed on the What’s New page, the page might become so cluttered that you can no longer easily find what you are looking for. If this happens, you can use the Feeds Filter to cut through the clutter.

To use the Feeds filter, open the People hub and complete the following steps:

1. Flick the screen to the What’s New page.

2. Tap All Accounts.

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3. Choose the account for which you want to view status updates.

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