The feature feels similar to Twitter’s Moments, which also offer users curated feeds of tweets, images and articles shared through that social network. One major difference between the two features is that LinkedIn’s offering is aimed primarily at business users, while Twitter’s Moments will often feature general pop culture topics.
Trending Storylines rolled out Wednesday, starting in the U.S. More countries and languages will follow after that. LinkedIn also plans to add additional functionality in the future, like linking topic pages to trending stories and allowing users to follow subjects they care about.
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