It is never a quiet week in the realm of social media platforms as the tectonic plates keep shifting with new features, products, tests, and other news coming in every day. Here is our weekly roundup of social media news and activity from the industry.
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This week witnessed Youtube coming up with stricter policies to tackle hateful comments. Meanwhile, Facebook comes up with the digital wallet, Callibra. Also, LinkedIn adds on new features for enhancing shareability and introduces new tools to help you prep-up for your interviews.
Check out all the other important social media news and updates that surfaced online this week.
LinkedIn is keeping the community tight by adding new features; LinkedIn Updates include sharing photos and tagging people, sharing videos via messages and more.
YouTube is updating policies and partnering with lawmakers and civil society to remove violative & extremist content online.
Facebook has formed a subsidiary Calibra, a digital wallet for the new digital currency Libra, expected to launch in 2020.
INDvPAK broke cricket records on Twitter by becoming the most Tweeted about one day international (ODI) match generating 2.9 million Tweets.
Twitter has announced that they would be removing the ability to tag your precise location in tweets.
Spotify and Tinder collaborate this World Music Day allowing Tinder users to access Spotify music.
YouTube is powering branded experiences on the platform with augmented reality and interactive 3D assets to display ads.
YouTube is contemplating removing children’s videos completely from the platform and moving it to YouTube kids.
LinkedIn is starting to roll out a new suite of tools to help you prepare effectively, for your next interview.
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