In the world of professional networking, having relevant and intelligent conversations is an important part. When you take the relationship digital, it’s far from perfect, especially when on LinkedIn. On the social network, connections are certainly being made, but actual discussions takes place within its Groups product. But a quick Google search paints an ugly picture: people don’t like it. This is all about to change.

LinkedIn has begun notifying group administrators of an upcoming change that reimagines what members probably thought it should have been in the beginning. The entire product has been reimagined from the ground up and a standalone iOS app will be released on October 14 in an effort to make LinkedIn Groups valuable once again for the more than 380 million registered users.

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