As PR professionals, it’s essential to stay on top of all of the latest news, including social media updates. Here is a roundup of the top social media stories from Feb. 11 through Feb. 17, 2017, for our latest social media update.
However, if your phone is set to be completely silent, the videos will not play with sound and users can also turn off the sound completely through the Facebook app itself.
This means Facebook videos can be viewed on your TV.
Job applicants can see a list of jobs on facebook.com/jobs, which will be a new tab on Pages. The entire process, including scheduling an interview, can be conducted through Facebook.
This would make it easier for users to participate in conversations while still being able to stay in their News Feed.
March 25, 26 Instagram Stories and Live Stories will offer users the opportunity to get involved in acts of kindness near them.
A report released by Quintly found posts with emojis in the caption get more interaction.
Users who participate in “potentially abusive behavior” will find certain account features will be suspended for 12 hours.
Although Twitter is already having trouble, some analysts say Trump is ruining Twitter by being so divisive and scaring off advertisers.
The Grammy Awards ceremony had more live viewers than any NFL game.
Live videos will be included in the “Top Trends” section and will feature a bright-red “live” icon.
It is already incredibly popular, but social media experts are predicting Snapchat to take over the social media world by storm, starting with teens.
Shorter un-skipple ads will remain, but the 30-second ads are gone.
There will be 80 new Pokemon to catch potentially this weekend.
The new “Questions & Answers” feature was launched recently. Questions can receive multiple answers and users can mark each answer as “helpful” or “not helpful.”
The entertainment giant announced it had more than 750 million followers across 16 platforms. Video views are up 56 percent. Something to take note of