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.
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Social Media News this week was dominated by Instagram’s tests for making ‘Saved’ photos public, Facebook updating debugging tools for developers, and more.
Testing: Twitter Hide Replies to help moderate conversations
Twitter hide replies will let you hide certain replies on your tweet, while also giving you the option to view hidden replies. Read more here.
Spotify opens up advertising channels for Brands in India
Spotify, with over 207 million active users, launches today in India on mobile, tablet and desktop, offering brands a new platform to connect with consumers in an exciting, targeted and impactful way. Read more here.
Facebook, CFO, David Wehner announced the launch of clear history feature
David Wehner, CFO, Facebook at Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference 2019 in San Francisco announced the launch of Facebook clear history feature. Read more here.
Facebook for developers updated with debugging tools and more
Facebook for developers has launched new tools for debugging, API documentation resolver to connect you to the related documentation and few tools to identify and fix new bugs. Read more here.
Instagram allegedly testing Pinterest like collection boards
Instagram is testing an option allowing users to make the collection of the posts they save from their feed. Read more here.