New tools, which includes a new app, will create a shared user experience.
That includes a new product for sharing employee contact information, as well as something intended to help companies share its content with specific groups of employees, reports Re/code.
"The first product, which LinkedIn will begin to pilot in the coming weeks, will enable users to send InMail (LinkedIn’s private email-like messages) to co-workers even if they are not connected. It will also encourage users to upload their contact information — email, phone numbers, etc. — to a company database that will be visible to co-workers on the service."