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 news from March 17 through March 24 for our latest social media news update.
This feature is available to all advertisers globally who use Facebook Ads Manager to see which version of ads performs best.
Users can react to individual messages via Messenger rather than sending a response message.
This includes Pages!
The seventh annual event will feature new categories based on emotions of Facebook’s Reactions.
Images containing potentially sensitive content will be covered with a screen and users can tap to view.
This is to help users in countries with low bandwith access the site.
The videos won’t be saved on Instagram but broadcasters will have the option to keep their video after it’s done streaming.
Business profiles will see added functionality including the ability for users to book services directly from business profiles.
To celebrate, Twitter released Periscope Producer API, which allows creators to broadcast from external hardware and integrate software services to the app.
User can choose to mute specific content for four hours, seven days or 30 days.
The platform will discontinue Annotations Editor by May 2. Existing annotations can not be edited after this date.
Major advertisers including AT&T are pulling ads for controversy.
Trending Storylines rolled out Wednesday on both mobile and desktop versions of the platform.
In both the website and app, a bar of icons was added under the search bar that gives users quick access to look up local businesses, nearby ATMs, trending TV shows, etc.
This app, which is a cross between iMovie and Snapchat, is expected to be released next month.