Default # 7 – Organization of the groups you are following.
LinkedIn generally and genuinely tries to be helpful in how information is organized. That said, the default listing of the groups you belong to is typically organized alphabetically and three groups are listed in the group drop down menu as “favorites.” These are groups you typically specified or perhaps you own or manage.
The good news is you can reorder all the groups you follow. You can also expand your list of favorites (up to 10) for greater convenience. We all know that social media is time consuming, so any little tricks to streamline our day are welcome.
If you belong to a long list of groups, but regularly visit only 20% of them you’ll find the favorite list a real time saver – much less scrolling!
Go to “Groups” on the LinkedIn main menu
You will see the following text:
Groups You’ve Joined (xx) Reorder
Click on “reorder” and review the screen you see. Next, you can change the number of groups
Display the first [1-10] groups in the navigation. (Pending groups will not show up).
Select how many groups you’d like displayed in the drop down. Then order the groups so you see them in exactly the order you choose.
Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom of the page to save your changes.