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LinkedIn is rolling out video creation on its mobile app

LinkedIn wants to let users share as much as possible on the site. So in its latest effort the social media company is rolling out a video creation tool within its mobile app.  SEE ALSO: Kate, William and Harry want to connect with you on LinkedIn The feature is only available for frequent contributors at the moment, but will be available to everyone else soon. "Some stories are better shown than told.
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