Last month we brought references to Pulse.
Pulse's References enable a new level of communication for leaders who need to connect existing chunks of knowledge that were previously shared. This not only helps them in writing in a much more comprehensive way but it also helps the end-reader absorbing context and consuming information in a more meaningful way.
References allow you to easily link other updates to your posts, which until now were impossible to see where a specific post was originally referenced.
We're excited to introduce linkbacks. Linkbacks allow you to keep track of what's being linked where.
To see where a specific pulse has been mentioned, scroll down to the bottom of the update.
If the pulse has been referenced in at least one other pulse, a linkbacks section will appear underneath. The linkbacks section displays all the pulses that mention the one you're seeing.
To create a linkback for a pulse, you must reference it in a pulse or in a comment. To learn more about References check out introducing References
When someone references a pulse that you wrote, we'll send a notification to you.
Like this update or have ideas to further improve the browser extension? We'd love to hear from you. Get in touch with our team.