By now, you probably have heard that LinkedIn is adding social media support to its suite of tools.
The company has already been working on integrating LinkedIn into its own search engine, and today it is introducing a new social tool for sharing links to related content.
Social links are currently only available in search results, but the LinkedIn app will let you share links to other sites and pages through the site’s social sharing options.
For example, if you want to share a link to a link on a popular Reddit post, you can just tap the plus sign to open the link in a new tab.
LinkedIn will also show you a list of related posts on other social networks, including Twitter and Facebook.
There are a couple of caveats, though.
Social links can’t be shared directly, and the app only shows you a “friend” tab, not a “friends” tab.
That’s a big difference from Google+.
If you want the full feature, LinkedIn is charging $5 a month.
The feature is also limited to a few countries, but LinkedIn is working on rolling it out to other parts of the world.
You can sign up for the free version right now for a few weeks.
You’ll be able to share links from LinkedIn on other sites, including Facebook and Twitter.
LinkedIn will also soon roll out a “Shareable” tab for its search results.
When you’re searching for something, you’ll see a “shareable” icon next to a search result that lists all of the results.
Here, you’re given the option to “share” a link, or share a “link.”
If you share a social link, you will also be able share a video or image as well.
You’re not limited to just linking to a news article, either.
You will be able add links to posts, comments, and news links, as well as links to images.