LinkedIn Dark Mode: How To Activate On Your Computer or Smartphone?

After Facebook, Google and Twitter, now LinkedIn has rolled out its dark mode feature for mobile and computer. LinkedIn gives its 774 million user-bases to browse the business-centered social network on a darker background. The dark mode color is introduced to cut down eye strain and give relief to people with light sensitivity. It also helps you save battery life. Want to know how to activate LinkedIn’s dark mode?

Here’s how you can enable LinkedIn's new dark mode feature on your smartphone and computer.

Turn On LinkedIn’s Dark Theme on Mobile App

Step 1: Open your ‘LinkedIn application’ on your smartphone

Step 2: Hit your ‘account icon’ that is available at the top of the screen

Step 3: Now go to ‘settings’

Step 4: Tap ‘account preferences’

Step 5: Hit ‘dark mode’ in the display section

Step 6: Toggle dark mode

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Turn On LinkedIn Dark Theme On Desktop

No matter whether you use Windows or MacOS, you need to follow the steps below,

Step 1: Log in to your LinkedIn app

Step 2: Hit on your portrait

Step 3: Now click the ‘Setting and Privacy’ option

Step 4: Next go to the ‘Account Preferences’ option

Step 5: Choose a dark theme and apply it to your settings

What To Do When You Aren’t Able To Access LinkedIn Dark Mode?

Yes, it can happen that you don’t find any access to the dark mode of LinkedIn. Don’t worry, the feature is just rolled out and it might take a little time to reach you. However, you can always update your LinkedIn application that increases the chances of seeing the dark theme option.

For a web browser, you can do a little manipulation by enabling the dark mode of Chrome. Here’s how you can do it,

Step 1: Enter or click this URL (chrome://flags/)

Step 2: Search for ‘Dark mode’

Step 3: Click default & enable it

Step 4: Relaunch it

Now all your web pages will be displayed in dark mode including your LinkedIn page.

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