Earlier today LinkedIn launched a new iPad app and what appeared to be a pretty slick feature for iOS Mail called Intro. It presents the a profile of email senders right within the body of the message, with more details available with a single tap. It works like other email tools like Rapportive.
Intro appears to deliver contact details in a nifty interface.
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I'm a new(ish) member here and wanted to take a few minutes to post an intro.
Like others here I am a Linux enthusiast (of course) and have been 'toying' with it for quite some years now. My earliest years were during the golden age of home computing, that is the 8-bit era. I ran the Tandy Color Computer 2 first, and then upgraded to the Coco 3.
LinkedIn’s Jeff Weiner says the barrier to his vision is scale, so it’s beefing up its mobile experience with Intro, an integration adding LinkedIn and Rapportive info to the iOS Mail app, and a redesigned iPad app.