LinkedIn (formerly known as Linkedin) is now accessible in Hindi as well. LinkedIn now supports the first Indian regional language, Hindi. The first phase of LinkedIn’s Hindi translation programme, Phase 1, begins today. Create Hindi content on your desktop, Android, and iOS devices now. However, it is only available on PC and Android at this time. LinkedIn’s long-term goal is to make it easier for individuals who speak Hindi to get work in a variety of sectors, including banking and government.
In the midst of the epidemic and the changed working climate, LinkedIn in India started an essential initiative to help individuals connect, learn, progress, and get employed. Members and users will now have access to additional material, employment, and networking opportunities on the site thanks to the introduction in Hindi. They have the freedom to communicate in whichever language they like.
Last year, he stated, “LinkedIn membership grew and individuals were profoundly engaged to one another on our platform”. We’re at a pivotal point in our efforts to improve economic prospects for everyone in our workforce. For Hindi speakers all across the globe, we’re breaking down the language barrier.
What you need to know about setting up an account in Hindi on LinkedIn
To use LinkedIn’s mobile app in Hindi, go to your phone’s Settings and choose Hindi as the preferred language. The LinkedIn experience will be available in Hindi to smartphone users who have previously chosen Hindi as their preferred language on their devices.
First, members need to go to the top of LinkedIn and click on the Me symbol. Setting & Privacy must then be chosen. Account Preference will be the next step for members to take after this. Selecting a Site Preference after this is mandatory. To change the language, pick Hindi from the drop-down menu next to the language.