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LinkedIn has added a new features to their app that would allow the users do upload videos. Last year they had started allowing users to upload 30 seconds video on their app. Currently this feature is available to very few users for testing purpose. But once the testing is over LinkedIn will make this features available to users all over the world and probably all popular operating system. These uploaded videos will AutoPlay and will also have an option to disable it like it is present in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Users will also get the analytics of the uploaded videos like views, likes and shares. Microsoft purchased the Professional Network company for $26.2 billions few months ago. Since then Microsoft has provided new features on the app across all platforms. But they have not been providing me features on the Windows 10 mobile app. Windows 10 Mobile app already lacks many features that are present on other platformsMicrosoft had not announced anything officially when these features will be available, on which operating systems they will be available and whether these features will be available on the Windows 10 UWP.

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