LinkedIn revealed in its recent official post that the new feature will allow users to create long posts by providing a 30-word outline to AI.
AI is taking over future developments in the company, thanks to OpenAI chatbox ChatGPT.
This evolving landscape of AI-powered chatbots presents a diverse range of possibilities and opportunities for users to find the most suitable tool that aligns with their specific requirements and preferences.
However, Competing alternatives such as Bard, Bing, and other AI-based chatbots have emerged in the ever-expanding AI market, offering additional choices and options for users seeking chatbot solutions.
In a recent development, LinkedIn – the employment-focused social media platform also announced plans to incorporate generative AI features into its platform.
LinkedIn is soon likely to launch an AI tool that will be able to generate posts for users based on just 30-word prompts.
The platform has already been working on introducing features for users, particularly job seekers for swift content creation and posting.
This news was announced by Keren Baruch, Director of Product at LinkedIn in an official post.
She wrote “When it comes to posting on LinkedIn, we’ve heard that you generally know what you want to say, but going from a great idea to a full-fledged post can be challenging and time-consuming.
So, we’re starting to test a way for members to use generative AI directly within the LinkedIn share box,”
She further added, that the feature will first be tested thoughtfully, before rolling out to our users on the platform.
This upcoming feature will save the time and effort required for content curation as it is said to provide users with a convenient way to quickly create and share the post.
Baruch also explained, “To start, you’ll need to share at least 30 words outlining what you want to say – this is your own thoughts and perspective and the core of any post.
Then you can leverage generative AI to create a first draft. This will give you a solid foundation to review, edit and make your own, all before you click post”.
Notably, LinkedIn already has a content generation tool and recently it launched a generative AI tool for ad copy suggestions also.
The feature was launched as a Pilot in North America in English and the company plans to expand its availability, functionality, and languages in the coming month.