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LinkedIn Adds Dark Mode. Here is how to activate it.

LinkedIn will launch dark mode globally on Monday, allowing its 774 million members to browse the business-oriented social network with white text on a black background.

A comparison of LinkedIn’s bright and dark modes.

The Microsoft-owned social networking platform revealed this year that it intended to offer dark mode, but work on the feature was also seen in 2019. LinkedIn joins other tech businesses, such as Facebook and Twitter, in adopting a dark look. Google launched dark mode to desktop search last week.

According to LinkedIn, dark mode is intended to reduce eye strain and help people who are sensitive to light through color and contrast (however evidence of its possible advantages has not proven conclusive). According to the corporation, the display option was also created to make text easier to read. Dark mode, which is frequently utilized in low-light circumstances, may also assist save battery life.

Turn on dark mode on LinkedIn Mobile

Here’s how to turn on dark mode on LinkedIn’s mobile app. 

  • Tap your profile picture, then tap Settings.
  • Tap the Account preferences tab.
  • Tap Dark mode under Display.
  • From here, you can select:
    • Device setting: This is selected by default for members who have dark mode enabled on their device.
    • Dark mode: To switch to dark mode.
    • Light mode: To switch to light mode.

Turn on dark mode on LinkedIn Desktop

  • Click the Me icon at the top of your LinkedIn homepage.
  • Select Settings & Privacy from the dropdown menu.
  • Under Account Preferences on the left, click Display.
  • In the Display section, click Change next to Dark Mode.
  • From here, you can select:
    • Device setting: This is selected by default for members who have dark mode enabled on their device.
    • Dark mode: To switch to dark mode.
    • Light mode: To switch to light mode.

That’s all you need to do to flip dark mode on LinkedIn. The feature may or may not be available to you as LinkedIn rolls it out slowly.

 

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