Social Media News Round Up: Facebook starts safe data portability conversation, Youtube may let users queue videos

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 Facebook starting a conversation on safer data portability and Youtube experimenting with the possibility of letting users queue videos.

Facebook starts conversation on safer data portability

Facebook releases five questions on data portability, attempts to create a conversation and make the experience easier for users. Read more here.

Facebook launches Facebook Dating app

Facebook Dating aims to help you start connections through common interests, similar likes, events and more. Read more here.

YouTube is testing a new feature letting you add videos to queue

YouTube is experimenting with a new feature on the platform that would let you add a video to queue. Read more here.

Fundamental tips to master Twitter Video campaigns

From understanding types of Twitter video ads that suit best for your objective to decoding the Twitter ads manager, take a look at these Twitter Video campaign tips. Read more here.

Facebook updates Messenger and adds new tools for, brands, advertisers and marketers

Facebook is introducing new tools and platforms updates for brands and developers on the platform. Read more here.

Facebook updates Face Recognition on the platform

Facebook is introducing face recognition settings to let you manage a broader set of uses, apart from tag suggestions. Read more here.

Facebook is testing to hide like counts on the post

Facebook might soon hide like/reaction counts for posts in a new experiment, following suit after Instagram. Read more here.