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Facebook going all out for Snapchat as it launches its own version of Stories
Mar28

Facebook going all out for Snapchat as it launches its own version of Stories

Of course, it’s no secret what Facebook’s intentions are per Snapchat—the company wants to clone the picture-sharing app as much as it can. Is Facebook obsessed with Snapchat? Well, that’s precisely what it looks or sounds like to a lot of people. On Tuesday, the social media behemoth launched another Snapchat-like feature; slotting a camera-first, ephemeral multimedia sharing function to its service. “Today we’re starting to roll out...

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Facebook’s “Town Hall” is a new feature for contacting government officials
Mar27

Facebook’s “Town Hall” is a new feature for contacting government officials

Facebook has just launched a new feature that can best be described as one of the best things to happen to the social media. The new feature is called “Town Hall,” and will enable you be in touch with government officials and add local election reminders. TechCrunch had earlier reported that Facebook was working on a new feature that would let users easily locate, follow and contact their local, state and federal government...

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The Most Useful Article About Facebook Messenger Tricks You’ll Ever Read
Mar26

The Most Useful Article About Facebook Messenger Tricks You’ll Ever Read

Facebook Messenger is a popular standalone messaging platform that boasts one billion monthly users. But the app is more than just a messaging platform. The company continued to provide new functionalities and hinted that a lot more would come. The upcoming features will tackle AI and commerce. Facebook is making Facebook Messenger an all-in-one communication platform. It’s, in fact, one of the handiest messaging apps on the market....

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Facebook confirms that it’s testing GIF button for comments
Mar24

Facebook confirms that it’s testing GIF button for comments

Facebook has confirmed in a statement made available to TechCrunch that it would soon start testing GIF button for comments. The GIF button for comments is one feature the social media giant had reluctantly agreed to add for a couple of years now. In a statement per TechCrunch, Facebook said: “Everyone loves a good GIF and we know that people want to be able to use them in comments. So we’re about to start testing the ability to add...

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Twitter could soon charge you for premium features
Mar24

Twitter could soon charge you for premium features

Twitter’s revenue drive is takin a new dimension as the microblogging company is conducting a survey to find out if users will be open to the possibility of paying for some of its premium features. The new survey, according to The Verge, is aimed at finding out if users of the service would be willing to pay for premium features like analytics, timely news alerts, and tools for composing posts in TweetDeck; an app it acquired in 2011....

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Instagram is adding blurred screen with “Sensitive Content” warning
Mar23

Instagram is adding blurred screen with “Sensitive Content” warning

Instagram is not taking its fight against sensitive comments and posts lightly. Lately, the social media service has been adding a couple of features to make its platform safe for all. Features like ability to deactivate comments and filter certain phrases were all added by the Facebook-owned company to make its community safe. Today, the company announced plans to add a blurred screen with “Sensitive Content” warning. With blurred...

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