LinkedIn says they'll stop spamming their users
Does LinkedIn clog your inbox? You're not alone. The social media site notorious for sending way too many emails has heard your complaints. LinkedIn’s senior director of product management for growth and life cycle, Aatif Awan, explained in a blog post that he and his team have heard your complaints and are making some adjustments.
Some changes that Awan and his team have already performed? They’ve consolidated invites into a single weekly digest, instead of individual emails and have aggregated updates from LinkedIn Groups into a single email.
Awan goes on further to mention that “for every 10 emails we used to send, we’ve removed four of them,” and as a result member complaints have been reduced by half. Alan also makes it a point to mention that users can also adjust their notification settings themselves.
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