:)
Facebook now wants you to create Stories on desktop
Jan19

Facebook now wants you to create Stories on desktop

Trust those at Facebook, a massive opportunity such as one being presented by Stories is not one to shy away from. Without a doubt, Instagram has successfully taken its own version of Stories to a new height, and Facebook now feels it can do even better. The social media behemoth is now testing the ability to create Stories from desktop, and that’s per TechCrunch. “We are always working to ensure people can easily navigate and enjoy...

Read More
WhatsApp Released WhatsApp Business App In Select Markets
Jan19

WhatsApp Released WhatsApp Business App In Select Markets

WhatsApp has finally released its long-awaited WhatsApp Business app. Unfortunately, not everyone can access it yet. The company released it in select markets, such as Mexico, Italy, Indonesia, the US and the UK. However, it’s going to roll out worldwide in the coming weeks. It’ll have an enterprise solution that includes business profiles and messaging tools for business customers. It’s part of the company’s plan to generate revenue...

Read More
Instagram Introduces Show Activity Status – How To Turn It Off?
Jan18

Instagram Introduces Show Activity Status – How To Turn It Off?

Instagram continues to provide its users new features. Unfortunately, some of these updates are unwelcome, especially the latest change. Recently, Instagram included another feature that you can find in other popular apps, like WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. When you go to direct messages screen, people you’ve previously chatted can now see when you were last seen using the app. Show Activity Status By default, Instagram enabled the...

Read More
Twitter privacy woes renewed by Project Veritas undercover videos
Jan18

Twitter privacy woes renewed by Project Veritas undercover videos

After several weeks, Twitter finally finished updating its rules and community guidelines to prevent abuse on its platform. Now, it faces another challenge in the form of undercover videos by Project Veritas. On January 15, Twitter shared to TechCrunch a statement about the latest video that claims Twitter engineers access or monitor private direct messages. It blatantly called Project Veritas as “deceptive.” The talked-about video...

Read More
Slack unveils private shared channels to help business share confidential information
Jan18

Slack unveils private shared channels to help business share confidential information

Businesses are daily seeking for new ways to keep classified information away from unauthorized persons. Recently, some messaging and social media platforms have been evolving ways to make that happen. Slack is one of the most used services to help businesses communicate and complete their projects without pains. The app has announced updates to its shared channels to help businesses deal with classified information. The beta version...

Read More
Facebook Messenger head reveals things to expect for in 2018
Jan17

Facebook Messenger head reveals things to expect for in 2018

Facebook Messenger head David Marcus has published his top trends to look out for Messenger in 2018. The blog post highlights that, in 2017, Facebook Messenger crossed the milestone for 1.3 billion monthly active users. It also ended the year with more than 500 billion emojis and 18 billion GIFs sent, 17 billion video chats (double that of 2016), and more than 100 million people interactions with M Suggestions in November across 10...

Read More