LinkedIn

Show the latest LinkedIn updates from your company.

During playback, each time the page is shown again, the app advances to the next available post (depending on the exact configuration).

LinkedIn

Properties

You can configure the app using the following properties:

Property Explanation
LinkedIn account Add and select a LinkedIn account of one of the company administrators.
Show messages from Select the company you like to show the updates of.
Show what messages? (Only when style is set to "callout" or "polaroid") Configure what messages should be shown every time the app is shown again:
  • All recent (rotating): starting from the oldest available message, it always advances to the next message. When the newest is reached, it starts with the oldest again, unless a newer one becomes available.
  • Latest: always only show the latest message
  • Latest - 1: always only show the second to latest message
  • Latest - x: etc.
Maximum age of messages The messages on your screen will never be older than what you select here.
Maximum number of messages The list of messages that is run through to show on your screen will never be longer than what you select here. The oldest messages are dropped to enforce this size limit. Please note: the "Maximum age of messages" is the appropriate property to ensure only recent messages are shown.
Style Select the display style you like:
  • Callout: a single message at a time as a callout bubble, without image
  • Polaroid: a single message at a time as a strip with a polaroid image (when an image is included)
  • Social wall: a collection of messages spread across multiple columns, including images (when an image is included)
Number of columns (Only when style is set to "social wall") The number of columns to fill with messages.
Background color palette (Only when style is set to "social wall") Choose up to three different colors to have the app randomly choose as background color of the individual messages. Also see our tips section about selecting and entering colors.

And finally there are a number of generic app properties that you can configure that you'll find on many other elements as well.