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LinkedIn introduces new brain games; Know how it helps users boost productivity, increase focus

LinkedIn introduces three brain games to the platform for users to boost productivity and build connections, check details.

| Updated on: May 03 2024, 09:31 IST
LinkedIn revolutionizes job search experience with AI-powered chatbot
LinkedIn introduces new brain games
1/5 1. LinkedIn's AI Chatbot for Job Seekers:LinkedIn has launched an AI chatbot powered by OpenAI's technology, designed to assist job seekers in navigating the employment landscape. Employing generative AI technology, the chatbot provides tailored advice and insights, accessible under the job listings tab and identified by a sparkle emoji.  (unsplash)
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2/5 2. Personalized Job Guidance:Users can interact with the chatbot to receive personalized guidance regarding job suitability, responsibilities, benefits, and company culture. By leveraging company profiles and available data, the AI chatbot offers concise, bulleted information to aid users in their job search journey.  (unsplash)
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3/5 3. Addressing Job Hunting Challenges:LinkedIn's introduction of the AI chatbot addresses the challenges inherent in the job hunting process. Rohan Rajiv, a LinkedIn product management director, describes job hunting as akin to scaling an opaque wall, where individuals lack visibility into potential opportunities and workplace dynamics.  (unsplash)
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4/5 4. Expansion of AI Features:This AI chatbot represents one of several AI-driven features introduced by LinkedIn in recent months. Another notable feature, exclusive to LinkedIn Premium users, streamlines communication by utilizing AI to draft personalized messages based on user and recipient profiles, facilitating smoother networking and interaction.  (unsplash)
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5/5 5. Enhanced Networking Capabilities:LinkedIn's AI advancements extend beyond job search assistance to enhance networking capabilities. Through AI-driven messaging tools, users can seamlessly introduce themselves or inquire about others' professional backgrounds, leveraging profile data to craft engaging and relevant communications.  (unsplash)
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LinkedIn new brain games include Crossclimb, Pinpoint, and Queens. (unsplash)

Networking platform LinkedIn has announced the introduction of three exciting brain games on its platform. The games are intended to provide users with a break from their hectic day and boost productivity. The three games include mind-boosting exercises which will allow users to gain focus and they can refresh and restart their busy schedule. Furthermore, the games will also encourage users to build a strong network of professionals on the platform. Know more about the LinkedIn games.

About LinkedIn brain games

On May 1, LinkedIn announced three brain games: Crossclimb, Pinpoint, and Queens. Notably, these thinking and brain practice games are intended to improve users' concentration, focus, and productivity. Additionally, the games will also allow users to build professional connections with their network. Dan Roth, the VP and editor-in-chief of LinkedIn said, “We're not just connecting people; we're connecting minds.”

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LinkedIn highlighted that users will be able to play these games once a day from the app's News Hub and My Network section. Furthermore, users can also examine who has played the game among the networks along with scores in a leaderboard format.

What are LinkedIn brain games?

  1. Pinpoint: It is a word game where players will be given five words at a time and they have to guess the common category of the words. The goal of the game is to apply fewer guesses to win and earn more points.
  2. Crossclimb: It is a trivia wordplay game where users will be given a clue word as part of the starting point. Players will have to build a chain of words by changing only one letter each time. Here players will have to find the hidden word to win the game. Such a game enhances users' vocabulary and wordplay skills.
  3. Queens: It's a Sukodu-like game but it does not include numbers. Players will have to place queens in each row but make sure that they do not touch each other.

Indian Express also highlighted that LinkedIn started a poll on the platform asking users about the “ effectiveness of solving word games and puzzles” where 72 percent of users responded that puzzle games are good for mental health.

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First Published Date: 03 May, 09:31 IST