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Every day we see people coming to LinkedIn to build relationships and discuss ideas and opinions with their professional communities. They celebrate milestones, support each other in job search journeys, and discuss important topics like strategies for hiring a diverse workforce. When people start these conversations on LinkedIn, they want to feel heard by their community. Until now, they’ve been able to “like” posts, but we’ve heard from our members that they want more. They want to know why someone “liked” what they shared, as well as more lightweight ways to express that a post resonated with them.

Read more about Reactions here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/designing-linkedin-reactions-ricardo-rivera/

By Ricardo Rivera & Cissy Chen

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