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LinkedIn Learning: Online Courses to Learn Skills

LinkedIn Learning: Online Courses to Learn Skills

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  • Digital Education Jun 3, 2020

    By yont765
    With the continuation of recent events including people remaining in their homes for the purpose of health and public safety the search for keeping one’s mind in flux is vital. The advent of the Internet in almost everyone’s home is a gift to humanity and with the digitization of education the search is not as difficult as it once was. The union for my job provides a free subscription towards LinkedIn Learning and with the combination of the iPad Pro I am learning how to draw figures and objects through helpful tutorials provided by Amy Wynne as well as Will Kemp through the service. LinkedIn Learning provides all the classes needed to learn how to draw and create for any medium. My satisfaction for the application is a solid five stars and I hope the service continues to grow its’ catalogue for future students.
    more
  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Ali Zaidi
    Not a very good implementation for video loading (eager loading) even on 4g connection it does not appropriately load video ahead of time. Sometimes while playing video and auto play is on it skips between videos so I have to double check each time a video ends that the correct video is played next
    more
  • Decent but could use some user friendly controls Jul 20, 2019

    By TravelsWithTed
    I’ve done one course using this app on iPad and for the most part, I like it. My one complaint has to do with the controls for playing the videos. More often than not, I need to go back and repeat a little portion in order to hear or see some detail. However, there is no Reverse 15 Seconds or Fast Forward 15 Seconds (or whatever value) like in so many video players. That and the ability to have the progress bar always visible so it is easy to pause, instead of having to touch the screen to bring up the bar and then hitting pause. One other thing is that with the way the controls are organized, when you pause the video, the Play button is right in the middle of the screen and this can be inconvenient if you’re trying to see some detail onscreen. Overall a good app, but it could use some more user friendly controls
    more
  • Aug 1, 2020

    By Rahul Kumar Singh
    After the recent update for LinkedIn Learning App I am experiencing many highly bugs in offline downloaded courses 1) If an episode 1,2,3 is already marked red(viewed) and I am trying to again watch from episode 2 then its skipping episode 3 and jumping to episode 4 . 2) When I am forwaring any video i.e episode 2 then its automatically marking episode 2 as dim red(half viewed) and following episode which is pisode 3 as red (fully viewed). Can't you people provide easy support option from app.
    more
  • Why should I pay to download this? Nov 15, 2017

    By Inman legacies
    I have a good paying job but am not happy there like I used to be and I put countless years building this company and growing it but I have a feeling that a change is needed so I usually do recruiting stuff and we are always hiring so I need to touch up my resume stuff since college and reading all these reviews gives me doubt about this being worth the money when I can go online and get stuff for free. I will download and pay for this app to try it out though but I need some help getting the Apple TV thing to work. I’ve never used it. Help me and I’ll download this tonight and recommend it to my employees too.
    more
  • Comparatively speaking... Apr 11, 2020

    By sequencentropion
    If you’re looking for a lecture, it’s decent. I have a free membership thru my work enterprise, which, honestly, is the only reason I use it. I don’t see ANYTHING with this app that makes it better value than lecture based competitors like udemy, courses, etc. If you want to learn a technical skill this app is extremely difficult to use. Lecture exercises can be files up to 2gb -zipped-. So in addition to taking forever to download, I found the exercise files I pretty useless. It’s a swivel chair nightmare and there is no time built in or guides that even tell you when to open the exercises. Additionally, the files I’ve seen are more samples than actual exercises to go thru. Many don’t even have instructions enclosed. I’d much rather get a copy of the PowerPoints the instructors use (which, oddly, seems to be the only thing omitted from giant exercise files) or cheat sheets to help me in the real world. Having a format where student can practice and learn-by-doing (a la Codecademy, even lightbot) would be ideal, but I realized this is a lot of work and MONEY that probably won’t be invested. Shame.
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  • Watching offline content never works, poor UI Oct 27, 2019

    By Shaolin11
    I always experience issues trying to watch my downloaded content offline when flying. Either I’m unable to log in, the app is unable to load or display the previously downloaded content. LinkedIn’s proposition is that I have be logged in already, which doesn’t work when you’re on a plane without WiFi, and that I jump through multiple hoops to watch my offline content. What’s the point? The app also sorts videos and courses arbitrarily, and I can’t arrange them in a preferred, sensible order. It’s difficult to easily see at a glance where I am in my various learning paths and pick up where I left off. The existing implementations for these features are lacking and poorly implemented, requiring the user to dig several levels deep.
    more
  • Aug 6, 2020

    By Nudo's Hub
    Very frustrating... keep login out and when you try to login it will say your account has been restricted even after verifying my account after the first restriction.. my learning is pause every 24 hours once this app logs me out and I cant login
    more
  • Beware of pricing Sep 28, 2018

    By eddiecoyote
    Never did I see that the subscription cost was all at once. That was a $300 coat after the trial period. One email warned me of it. So happens to occur at a time when I was super busy with three jobs and military training. Somehow I didn’t see that ONE email warning me $300 COST IS HITTING YOU SOON! Also, it wasn’t explicitly clear that this was going to happen when I signed up for the trial. I complained and some nice people at LinkedIn said it was in Apple’s hands now and they couldn’t refund me. Okay, that’s fair I guess. But to have as their default position a YEARLY subscription instead of a monthly one is dishonest. There are other apps I subscribe to that offer monthly ones. This was shady marketing at worst, and a lack of caring about the customer at best. Either way, I’ve lost trust in the company.
    more
  • Aug 2, 2020

    By Series Clips for u
    It was full of bugs. It doesn't work properly even on oneplus 7. The internet connection is fast and it displays some sort of an error
    more
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Reviewed by Olivia Cordell on March 26, 2018

  • Digital Education Jun 3, 2020

    By yont765
    With the continuation of recent events including people remaining in their homes for the purpose of health and public safety the search for keeping one’s mind in flux is vital. The advent of the Internet in almost everyone’s home is a gift to humanity and with the digitization of education the search is not as difficult as it once was. The union for my job provides a free subscription towards LinkedIn Learning and with the combination of the iPad Pro I am learning how to draw figures and objects through helpful tutorials provided by Amy Wynne as well as Will Kemp through the service. LinkedIn Learning provides all the classes needed to learn how to draw and create for any medium. My satisfaction for the application is a solid five stars and I hope the service continues to grow its’ catalogue for future students.
    more
  • Aug 1, 2020

    By Rahul Kumar Singh
    After the recent update for LinkedIn Learning App I am experiencing many highly bugs in offline downloaded courses 1) If an episode 1,2,3 is already marked red(viewed) and I am trying to again watch from episode 2 then its skipping episode 3 and jumping to episode 4 . 2) When I am forwaring any video i.e episode 2 then its automatically marking episode 2 as dim red(half viewed) and following episode which is pisode 3 as red (fully viewed). Can't you people provide easy support option from app.
    more
  • Why should I pay to download this? Nov 15, 2017

    By Inman legacies
    I have a good paying job but am not happy there like I used to be and I put countless years building this company and growing it but I have a feeling that a change is needed so I usually do recruiting stuff and we are always hiring so I need to touch up my resume stuff since college and reading all these reviews gives me doubt about this being worth the money when I can go online and get stuff for free. I will download and pay for this app to try it out though but I need some help getting the Apple TV thing to work. I’ve never used it. Help me and I’ll download this tonight and recommend it to my employees too.
    more
  • Great resource Aug 26, 2018

    By laceycaye
    I signed up for LinkedIn Premium when I started a new job search. I saw a little bit about LinkedIn Learning but it took me a month or so to really start using it and I really wish I knew about it sooner! The courses are all very well made and the presenters are always great. The range of topics is very impressive as well. I normally take the courses on my computer but I enjoy having the app to use well for when I’m away from my computer but have some time to take a course. I like the option to add your courses to your profile as well as to save the videos in different collections.
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  • Aug 1, 2020

    By EZEONYILIMBA PATRICIA
    It's quite easy to navigate through. Clear audio and videos too. Great search result. Not as much data consuming as I expected. (I'm Nigerian and data here is expensive so this is a huge factor for me). Thank you.
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  • Decent but could use some user friendly controls Jul 20, 2019

    By TravelsWithTed
    I’ve done one course using this app on iPad and for the most part, I like it. My one complaint has to do with the controls for playing the videos. More often than not, I need to go back and repeat a little portion in order to hear or see some detail. However, there is no Reverse 15 Seconds or Fast Forward 15 Seconds (or whatever value) like in so many video players. That and the ability to have the progress bar always visible so it is easy to pause, instead of having to touch the screen to bring up the bar and then hitting pause. One other thing is that with the way the controls are organized, when you pause the video, the Play button is right in the middle of the screen and this can be inconvenient if you’re trying to see some detail onscreen. Overall a good app, but it could use some more user friendly controls
    more
  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Khalilullah Akhgar
    Although the app is great in content but it dosn't wok well with slow speed connection, please make sure it works with slow speed connection as well.
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  • Good App , no indication while downloading. Sep 22, 2018

    By BlueColdG
    The app is good so far , two points to put in mind first when i am downloading a course there is no indication that a course is being downloaded in the background , when i get out of the app no indication of downloading or even inside the app, also i need to keep track of all my downloads so far which is not available , second we all need a way to choose the quality of the video if not in general at least when we are downloading it that would be great.
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  • Course quality is excellent but sound + other issues Jul 3, 2020

    By Bigtoga
    Love the quality of instruction, course selection, length, in course exams, and certificates. Love it. Don’t love the audio - never sounds good, not even if you download the course. Warbled compression sound from choosing a low bit rate. Awful Also don’t appreciate that they almost make it difficult to resume your courses you were watching and instead try to seemingly get you to switch to a new course each time you open the app
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  • I think Linkedin's 'Learning' platform is gold! Feb 11, 2019

    By Matthew J. Copley IV
    I ❤️ the ability to learn new things at times convenient for me, and that is exactly what is possible through the LinkedIn Learning platform! I am glad I discovered LinkedIn's learning platform, and also that I spent some of my time to explore the contents within the platform. I intend to spend more time, in the future, utilizing the platform's offerings; however, I am hesitant to become a 'full member' due to, primarily, unspecific monetary reasonings. I have seen many different learning platforms that are available online and through programs; however, I have not seen many learning platforms that are close in being presented as properly, and as professionally as I believe the LinkedIn Learning to be. I recommend giving LinkedIn Learning a try! Truly, Matthew J. Copley IV
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  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Ali Zaidi
    Not a very good implementation for video loading (eager loading) even on 4g connection it does not appropriately load video ahead of time. Sometimes while playing video and auto play is on it skips between videos so I have to double check each time a video ends that the correct video is played next
    more
  • Aug 3, 2020

    By Taiwo Oyinade
    It is a fairly good app, but how can I change storage location settings. I need the app to save downloaded file on to my memory card rather than the internal memory and it seems impossible yet at the point of download it indicated I could do it in settings only to find out it is almost impossible.
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  • First impressions Aug 10, 2018

    By Thatinstant
    The content is not exhaustive if you’re knowledge-hungry technologist looking for a single education vendor, but it does have courses that you won’t find on Safaribooksonline. As for the app, itself, it needs more love from its developers. Content will randomly fail to load when switching between video clips in a course and requires restarting the app completely. The UI has some glitches like the play/pause button disappears if you enable closed captioning, bookmarks sometimes come undone and the course/video interface doesn’t work in landscape mode. The app has limited organization capabilities to keep all courses that you are interested in organized. Something that the app has gotten right: play speed settings actually stick between videos and sessions. Other ideas for this app: - A “what’s new” section that isn’t just rando suggestions in a feed. - “What’s my progress across all courses I’m viewing” section. - YouTube-styled quick forward and rewind with taps to the right/left of video. - Notes-taking area.
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  • Crashing Jul 17, 2020

    By diva1web
    I don't know what has happened in the last 6 months but this app has become almost unusable. I have been using LinkedIn Learning for almost 2 years. I love it. I never had an issue with it until recently. The videos are slow to load if at all. In the middle of a lesson the app will just crash. This is very frustrating because my employer has linked a lot of our mandatory continuation training in LinkedIn Learning so I don't have a choice but to struggle with this app. It's also very disappointing as the learning content is unmatched and I was so happy before all of these problems started.
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  • Jul 25, 2020

    By challenge logic
    Trying to watch content via streaming is terrible. The app buffers so bad you have to download anything you want to watch. Using Samsung 9 android with fibre WiFi.
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  • Comparatively speaking... Apr 11, 2020

    By sequencentropion
    If you’re looking for a lecture, it’s decent. I have a free membership thru my work enterprise, which, honestly, is the only reason I use it. I don’t see ANYTHING with this app that makes it better value than lecture based competitors like udemy, courses, etc. If you want to learn a technical skill this app is extremely difficult to use. Lecture exercises can be files up to 2gb -zipped-. So in addition to taking forever to download, I found the exercise files I pretty useless. It’s a swivel chair nightmare and there is no time built in or guides that even tell you when to open the exercises. Additionally, the files I’ve seen are more samples than actual exercises to go thru. Many don’t even have instructions enclosed. I’d much rather get a copy of the PowerPoints the instructors use (which, oddly, seems to be the only thing omitted from giant exercise files) or cheat sheets to help me in the real world. Having a format where student can practice and learn-by-doing (a la Codecademy, even lightbot) would be ideal, but I realized this is a lot of work and MONEY that probably won’t be invested. Shame.
    more
  • Watching offline content never works, poor UI Oct 27, 2019

    By Shaolin11
    I always experience issues trying to watch my downloaded content offline when flying. Either I’m unable to log in, the app is unable to load or display the previously downloaded content. LinkedIn’s proposition is that I have be logged in already, which doesn’t work when you’re on a plane without WiFi, and that I jump through multiple hoops to watch my offline content. What’s the point? The app also sorts videos and courses arbitrarily, and I can’t arrange them in a preferred, sensible order. It’s difficult to easily see at a glance where I am in my various learning paths and pick up where I left off. The existing implementations for these features are lacking and poorly implemented, requiring the user to dig several levels deep.
    more
  • Felt forced to move from Lynda to LinkedIn May 5, 2019

    By imdiva
    Though the price is better for this version, I dislike various aspects : I’m unhappy with the interface overall. It’s clunky and looks more like it did in its early days. Really quite poor compared to the direction of modern learning platforms. Also: -that I can’t automatically play the next video in the sequence - I can’t remove a class from my history (that I simply looked at and have no intention on finishing) - I’d like to review my history with sort options such amount of time remaining, subject, name, or time (recent, etc.) -under completed, what’s the point in the “share to LinkedIn” when that platform doesn’t show courses that you have taken and are sharing? - it’s been more than a year and still no AppleTV version? And most annoying is that when I agreed to having my Renewal in July be as LinkedIn Learning (so I have paid the higher priced Lynda program through July) I was forced to used this app and I am unable to use the better, feature-rich, Apple TV enabled version! I’m beguto feel that the savings aren’t worth it.
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  • Could be better with proper content and functionality Mar 7, 2018

    By Tateconcepts
    So I’m currently using this instead of Lynda app. Seems when on iOS device and Airplay to my TV, if one shifts to full screen, the screen does so on the device but instead in the TV goes sideways. Additionally, the InfoSec content - specifically on certifications, even my CISSP which was the author of my books - had content that seemed as if it was read from script and was totally either out of order or not matched to each section in the relevant certs (I.e. CE-H, etc). It would be wise to stick to the same presenter when possible and have them actually speak live instead of a photo of them while the contents are read by script. Quite monotonous...
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  • Great content, okay app, but forced vertical orientation on iPad?? Jan 6, 2019

    By UbiquitousChris
    I’ve been a Lynda customer for a very long time and just recently did the upgrade to LinkedIn learning. While the content is great and the app is okay, there is one big flaw for me: The app cannot be used in horizontal orientation on the iPad. I am often using my iPad in horizontal orientation in addition to a smart folio keyboard, and the app becomes useless unless I undo this entire configuration. The vertical orientation doesn’t make sense and makes it so you HAVE to hold the iPad when you’re watching content on here. If LinkedIn made this app work in the horizontal orientation, I’d likely upgrade this to five stars. Right now, its almost useless to me.
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  • Aug 6, 2020

    By Nudo's Hub
    Very frustrating... keep login out and when you try to login it will say your account has been restricted even after verifying my account after the first restriction.. my learning is pause every 24 hours once this app logs me out and I cant login
    more
  • Beware of pricing Sep 28, 2018

    By eddiecoyote
    Never did I see that the subscription cost was all at once. That was a $300 coat after the trial period. One email warned me of it. So happens to occur at a time when I was super busy with three jobs and military training. Somehow I didn’t see that ONE email warning me $300 COST IS HITTING YOU SOON! Also, it wasn’t explicitly clear that this was going to happen when I signed up for the trial. I complained and some nice people at LinkedIn said it was in Apple’s hands now and they couldn’t refund me. Okay, that’s fair I guess. But to have as their default position a YEARLY subscription instead of a monthly one is dishonest. There are other apps I subscribe to that offer monthly ones. This was shady marketing at worst, and a lack of caring about the customer at best. Either way, I’ve lost trust in the company.
    more
  • Aug 2, 2020

    By Series Clips for u
    It was full of bugs. It doesn't work properly even on oneplus 7. The internet connection is fast and it displays some sort of an error
    more
  • Jul 29, 2020

    By Ashish Gandhi
    It is very frustating when you can not login through mobile app from my organization credentials. Web login is correctly working. Please fix this.
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  • Worthless compared to the old Lynda app Jan 10, 2019

    By Phoppes
    Where to begin. This app does not support landscape view when you are browsing for tutorials. If you have more than 8 topics in your profile their app and their browser player wont allow you to use them. Since LinkedIn has completed their takeover of Lynda they have basically ruined everything that was good and replaced it with useless crap aimed at social media and little if anything on actually using their service for actual training. Seriously considering dropping them completely if they don’t start fixing some of these most basic features.
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