Originally posted on VentureBeat:
LinkedIn has unveiled a pretty new homepage today. The redesign strips away all the clutter, leaving you with news from your network and a chronological and algorithmically weighted stream of updates from your professional contacts.
In short, it’s looking a lot more like a professional version of Facebook or Twitter — or a Yammer that includes news and extends beyond your own company. It’ll start rolling out to all users within the next few weeks.
The redesigned homepage comes at the end of a string of mobile redesigns and new mobile launches — beautifully designed apps that were sexy enough to leave the LinkedIn homepage looking like the proverbial redheaded stepchild by comparison.
But the new homepage seems like a much better fit with the rest of LinkedIn’s increasingly good-looking product suite. Here’s a sneak peek:
LinkedIn product manager Caroline Gaffney wrote today on the company blog that the overhaul…
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