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LinkedIn Pulse uses a lot more white space (the previous version was all dark colors) and you can see that the buttons at the top are where your lists are now for easy access.

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Choose your categories

Hit the search button to see a bunch of categories where you can select Web sites to add to your feed.

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Story view

When you touch a headline, you get a story view with a graphic at the top (pulled from the original story) and buttons just below that for giving it the thumbs up, making a comment, or sharing it with others. It's important to note that some source sites allow for the whole story to be pulled into this view, but others only allow a snippet before you'll have to look at the actual Web site.

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What's your interest?

I like basketball, so I created a feed of NBA news sites so I could quickly browse the latest headlines.

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Create your own

Create a new list by hitting the New button on the top right of the main feed page. Then just touch the plus signs on the right to add Web sites to your list.

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What are the pros saying?

When creating a list or adding to a current list, you can touch the blue Influencer button to see the LinkedIn content that includes articles from professionals in the industry.

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Share a story

When you're looking in story view, you can touch the share arrow at the top, make a comment, then send the story via LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter, or send it via e-mail or SMS.

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