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LinkedIn announced that it is now rolling out native Support for Videos for its Mobile application for iOS and Android devices. The Videos can be recorded and run up to 10 minutes.

The Videos uploaded by users will be played automatically but the sound will be off when the video plays or appears in the people’s feeds. This video is on similar lines of Facebook video which play automatically.

The company is also planning to allow users with the option to disable the video autoplay in the settings but the option should be made available for users in future updates. For users on iOS, they need to check on the top of the feed to find a share box and tap on the video icon to share a new video or video which is already recorded by them.

Android users would find the video icon in the post button and can record video or upload similar to iOS. The update for the application on Android and iOS is currently available and can be downloaded from the respective store.

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