Social Media News Round Up: Facebook reporting tools, Snapchat Cameos and more

Social media news

Social media platforms are constantly evolving and updating with newer features to increase relevance and stickiness for users, brands, and businesses. Here is our weekly roundup of Social Media News this week.

Social Samosa brings you all the latest Social media news, platform updates and trends dominating the digital ecosystem.

Social media news this week was dominated by Facebook introducing reporting tools for marketers to measure ad performance, Snapchat introducing Snapchat Cameos and more.

Facebook introduces reporting tools to improve campaign measurement

Facebook has updated and introduced reporting tools for marketers to measure ad performance across accounts, channels, and more. Read more here.

Snapchat Cameos to let users edit their face in video templates

Snapchat has introduced a feature that lets you edit your face into short, looping video templates that you can send to friends in Chat. Read more here.

#ThisHappened: 2019’s Biggest Moments in India on Twitter

Twitter #ThisHappened includes key highlights of the happenings on the platform as a year-end reflection. Read more here.

Instagram adds age verification and improves messaging privacy

Instagram will be asking for users’ date of birth now when creating an account and is providing control over direct messages. Read more here.

Twitter launches Twitter Privacy Center

For people to trust Twitter with their personal information, it launched the Twitter Privacy Center to provide more clarity around what they’re doing to protect the information people share with them. Read more here.

Pinterest rolls out new tool, Pinterest Trends

Pinterest Trends will give you a view of the top US search terms in the past twelve months and when top search terms peak. Read more here.

FTC might stop Facebook from integrating it’s messaging apps

Reportedly, the Federal Trade Commission(FTC) might put a roadblock on Facebook’s plans to merge it’s messaging apps. Read more here.


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