In the past I enjoyed the opportunity to follow LinkedInfluencers, channels of interest and media organizations offering free content via LinkedIn Pulse. A few years ago Pulse had it's own tab which made it simple to access. With the recent interface change finding "Pulse" requires a little direction. Have no fear. Here's how to find it.
Your #LinkedIn Home Page consists of many updates including the activity of those individuals in your network, suggested content (aka promoted content paid for by the advertiser), channels and media you follow and influencer posts.
Prior to the new user interface you could elect which influencers, channels and media you wished to follow by going to the bottom of your profile page and click “Discover More.”
Clicking “Discover More” would open to this page:
When we queried #LinkedIn via their Help Center to determine if this page was accessible, their response was “At this time we don't have that specific functionality available, but I've sent your suggestion to our product team for consideration.”
Don't worry. Here's the link that gets you there: www.LinkedIn.com/pulse/discover
Nevertheless, this development makes no sense so we went about trying to determine if you can access #Pulse anywhere on the platform. Well, sure enough the answer is Yes with a twist. Here’s how.
- Go to your Home Page Feed.
- You’ll notice three horizontal dots in the far right hand corner of each post.
- Clicking it reveals several options including “Improve My Feed: Get recommended sources to follow.”
Once you click on “Improve My Feed” you are brought to a new rendering of #Pulse choices with a twist. It's now called “Follow Fresh Perspectives.” Here you will see all offered categories of content and individuals including influencers, channels and media to follow.
What happened to #Pulse? It morphed into Follow Fresh Perspectives. Let us know how you like the new functionality.
What's Next with #LinkedIn? Stay tuned to this channel.