Add the Swipe Up Feature to Your LinkedIn Story

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The value of using video to connect with prospects and clients is a trend that was accelerated by the pandemic this last year. Whether we like it or not, all of us have become more comfortable with live video.

LinkedIn swipe up stories

LinkedIn has gotten into the game with their new LinkedIn Stories. I wrote a TechTips about how to use LinkedIn Stories last October.

LinkedIn has now improved LinkedIn Stories by allowing you to add web links to your stories.

Add the Swipe Up Feature to Your LinkedIn Story

Adding web links to your stories is a small and essential addition. Adding web links to your LinkedIn Stories is easy.

The swipe up feature allows you to direct your viewers to additional content on your website or another platform.

LinkedIn swipe up example

Important: The swipe up feature is only available to:

  • LinkedIn Pages
  • Members who have at least 5,000 connections or followers and the Follow button as the primary action on their profile (instead of Connect)

To add the swipe up feature:

  • Add a photo or video to your Story.
  • Tap the link icon at the top.
  • Add the URL under Add a link.
  • Select the appropriate action button.
  • Tap Done.

Note: You can tap Edit Link to modify your link or Preview Link to see what your viewers will see when they swipe up on your Story.

Tap Share Story.

Encouraging people to get additional content is a great way to use LinkedIn to make more connections.

Have you used LinkedIn Stories? What is your experience?

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