LinkedIn previews new features coming in 2023, including improved video accessibility, updates to job search, post scheduling, and content analytics.
LinkedIn will automatically generate captions for videos uploaded to the platform currently only available in English. You can choose to add or edit these captions before publishing the video.

If you work in the field of accessibility, you can now select from a list of standardized job titles, such as “accessibility designer” or “accessibility engineer,” to help you be more easily discovered and find opportunities that match your skills.
The process of looking for a new job has undergone tremendous change in recent years. Even if they are not actively looking for a new job, many professionals are interested in learning about and pursuing new career prospects.

LinkedIn reports that people are more casually looking into job opportunities that fit better with their values and interests, such as upskilling, professional progression, and work-life balance.

To assist casual job seekers, LinkedIn is testing personalized job collections that users can discover without conducting a search.

LinkedIn understands how crucial it is to have access to data that can increase your audience and gauge the effectiveness of your content.

To achieve this, LinkedIn is updating the creator analytics dashboard to include audience data and top-performing content. This enables you to examine the evolution of your following and discover more about your audience’s demographics.