As PR professionals, it’s essential to stay on top of all of the latest news, including social media. Here is a roundup of the top social media news from April 1 through April 7 for our latest social media news update.
Messenger announced the launch of M, which is a tool that uses AI to make suggestions during users’ conversations on actions they should take.
Workplace Standard – otherwise known as Facebook at Work, is the free version of Workplace Premium, the paid version of Workplace. Workplace brings traditional Facebook features to company networks and keeps personal Facebook profiles separate.
Messenger also offers a generic template for issue resolutions, and all conversations between business and users must be started by the user.
Facebook has seen the Live broadcasting daily watch time grow four times in the past year.
This was assessed by analyzing Beyonce’s followers, post reach, engagement and click rate.
This app requires less than 1 MB of memory and runs 30 percent faster than Twitter.
Users will no longer see the famous Twitter egg, but rather will see a “gumdrop-headed human.”
Businesses who offer customer support over DMs can share their different office locations to customize responses based on where the customer lives.
YouTube TV costs users $35 a month and will offer subscribers access to live television programming from more than 50 networks.
This provides a threshold that will verify the validity of the page before it can run ads on channels.
This is up 25 million from last October.
The app included a filter that made your photo look like an Instagram photo that is “liked” by a user named “my_mom.”
Users can search for specific story tags, such as puppies or sports, or users can search for stories by location.
Snapchat will land 2018 Winter Olympic-themed content similar to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
It launched “Snaplications” in Australia via a Snapchat lens that shows the user in a McDonald’s uniform.