LinkedIn Refreshes Its Morning Update, The Daily Rundown

Members can click on headlines to see relevant conversations

The Daily Rundown LinkedIn

LinkedIn revamped The Daily Rundown, its morning update in which editors at the professional network curate professional news, trends and career tips.

Senior product manager for news Sneha Keshwani said in a blog post that members can now click on one of the headlines in The Daily Rundown to see relevant conversations members are already having, adding, “Now, you can more easily move between each story and dive deeper into the ones that interest you the most.”

The Daily Rundown is currently available to LinkedIn members in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, Pan Asia, Pan Europe, Switzerland, the U.K. and the U.S., and it will be added in the Middle East and North Africa soon.

Keshwani said members with the LinkedIn mobile application can go to Communication, News setting to receive notifications when The Daily Rundown is ready every day.

LinkedIn’s news editors also surface content for Today’s news and views on the right-hand side of the professional network’s main feed on desktop, which can also be accessed via the search bar in mobile.

Keshwani wrote, “This feature not only helps you stay informed about important news and trends affecting your work-life but also provides you with conversations and perspectives from other members.”


Finally, LinkedIn recently began a program where members can subscribe to regularly published articles written by thought leaders on its platform, such as newsletters Get Hired and The Hustle.

Keshwani said members can subscribe to these newsletters via the subscribe button on notifications, via articles in feed or on articles in the newsletters, adding that they can click on their Network Tab, followed by Newsletters Related to Your Industry, to discover more choices. David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.