LinkedIn languages: LinkedIn has announced that their app will now be available in 25 languages, including Hindi. Linkedin Hindi is the new language on the list of supported ones, so if you are one of those people who have difficulty with English, your job search just got a lot easier.
Just when you thought it was tough enough already to find jobs in India without speaking fluent English–LinkedIn decided to make things even more difficult by launching its service only in English until now.
That’s all changing today (December 7th) as LinkedIn launches its service in 25 languages, which includes the Indian regional language-Hindi.
The news comes at an opportune time for Indians as the country is seeing an increase in the number of jobs being created.
With over a billion people, India is one of the biggest markets for LinkedIn. The company has been working on making its app more localized and relevant to users here.
The phase-1 of LinkedIn in the Hindi language has now been launched. So, from now on, you will be able to create your content on your LinkedIn profile in the Hindi language, such as feed, profile, job and messaging, etc.
You can also create content in Hindi on desktop and Android. It is going to be made available to iOS users soon.
This is good news for the people who face difficulty in creating content and posting on Linkedin.
Let’s now know how you can view the LinkedIn app in Hindi? For this, first of all, open your mobile browser from which you want to check your LinkedIn profile or upload any document, etc. Now go to the LinkedIn official website i.e. linkedin.com.
On the top right side of the website, you will see three lines. Tap on it and from the list that appears, select “Settings”.
In the “Settings” menu, scroll down to “Language” and tap on it. Then in the next window that pops up, select Hindi as your language. Once you have done that, tap on the “Save” option that appears at the bottom of your mobile screen.
You will then be taken to a new page from where you can select the Hindi language as default for both website and app.
The initiative to support multiple languages will help LinkedIn to expand its user base all over the world. This will also help in creating more jobs and opportunities for people.