Linkedin Will Now Support Hindi, Their 1st Regional Language Support In India: How To Switch To Hindi?
Latest development confirmed that LinkedIn has introduced support for the Hindi language starting from 2, December this year.
LinkedIn Hindi Language Rollout
With this move, the employment-oriented online service provider has announced that Hindi will be the first Indian regional language on LinkedIn.
Now, LinkedIn supports 25 languages globally with this new addition.
With the use of this feature, LinkedIn users will be able to view their feed, profile, jobs, and even message and create content in Hindi.
Availability On Android and iOS Devices
The online platform will provide this feature on both Android and iOS devices, as well as desktops as part of the Phase 1 rollout.
Being the second-largest market in terms of members after the US, now users in India will be able to access the platform in Hindi.
While talking on the rollout, India Country Manager, LinkedIn, Ashutosh Gupta, said, “We have witnessed high engagement and member growth in the last year, and it is at this exciting inflection point that we are strengthening our vision to create economic opportunity for ‘every’ member of the workforce, and taking down language barriers for Hindi speakers across the world,”.
How To Use LinkedIn In Hindi?
Now mobile users will need to select Hindi as their preferred device language under phone settings to access Linked in Hindi.
If you have Hindi set as your preferred language on your smartphones, then LinkedIn experience will automatically be available in Hindi.
The desktop users will need to click on the ‘Me’ icon at the top of their LinkedIn homepage and click on ‘Settings and Privacy’.
Then click on ‘Account Preferences’, select ‘Site Preferences’, click ‘Change’ next to ‘Language’, and select ‘Hindi’.
Users will be able to view and access the platform in Hindi after making this change.
According to the company, the user-generated content including posts will be displayed in the language that they were originally created in.
Users with Hindi as their primary language will be able to see Hindi translations when clicking on the ‘See Translation’ option.
This feature is part of the Phase 1 roll-out, and the company will make use of feedback from users to improve the experience.
Gradually, this feature will be rolled out to all iOS users in the coming days.
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