Lately, due to increased activity on my LinkedIn home page (from connections), I chose to “clean up” few updates for me to browse the relevant updates at a later time. So, I decided to hide insignificant updates from a particular connection. What I had expected of the LinkedIn feature was a selective hide; that is, the system should allow me to selectively hide few updates from a connection. Strangely, what LinkedIn does is – it hides all updates (with an Undo option) – check the pic below. So, it’s either all updates from a member or none.


Not a flexible experience.

Vishal Mehta

Vishal Mehta

Vishal Mehta is a UX professional, hands-on designer and coder. He is a consultant to product companies in San Francisco Bay Area. He loves to play chess and design solutions in spare time. He ran a UX company, IDYeah Creations for six years in India. His expressions can be found on popular platforms like UX Booth, Technorati and SAP Community Network.

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