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Facebook is testing a Resume/CV feature—watch your back LinkedIn!
Oct16

Facebook is testing a Resume/CV feature—watch your back LinkedIn!

Facebook wants to leave its footprint everywhere it goes; ask Snapchat if you doubt this. The social media giant has its footprints written all over Snapchat—and it’s about adding a Resume/CV feature to probably compete with LinkedIn in the aspect of providing people useful job-related information. The company on Monday confirmed to TNW that it’s carrying out a test that will “help people and businesses hire for jobs on Facebook.”...

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Facebook’s new “Order Food” feature will let you order food across the US
Oct14

Facebook’s new “Order Food” feature will let you order food across the US

Facebook wants to be a place where people can get what they want without leaving the app—and that include food. On Friday the social media behemoth formally announced a new feature that will let you order food from local restaurants without exiting the app. The new “Order Food” feature can be located in the Explore menu within the Facebook app. It allows you to browse local restaurants and click the “Start Order” button as soon as...

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Facebook Brings Stories To Pages
Oct12

Facebook Brings Stories To Pages

In 2017, Facebook introduced Facebook Stories to all users. This feature is a user-generated photo and video collections. It works like Snapchat Stories. That is, it disappears after 24 hours. And you can only view it up to two times. This story format originated by Snapchat, but it has been on Mark Zuckerberg’s social media’s radar for quite some time. In 2016, the Menlo Park-based company tested its Snapchat Stories clone in its...

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Pinterest also a victim of Russia-linked political posts
Oct12

Pinterest also a victim of Russia-linked political posts

Russia’s involvement in last year’s US presidential election is becoming clearer by the day. Earlier in the week, Google revealed that Kremlin bought some ads worth about $100,000 from YouTube, Gmail and Google Search to influence the election won by Donald Trump. Visual bookmarking site, Pinterest has also come out to explain how its website was used by Russia to influence the election. Apparently Pinterest had inadvertently helped...

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Twitter Releases Happening Now To Highlight Tweets Of Events
Oct10

Twitter Releases Happening Now To Highlight Tweets Of Events

Today, Twitter released a new feature — Happening Now. Its primary goal is to make Twitter more accessible to newbies. In this feature, users can read groups of tweets of a particular topic. It starts with sports. But it’ll expand to other areas, such as breaking news and entertainment. Twitter’s Happening Now is similar to Moments, which also offer a way for users to know more about a topic across several categories. However, Twitter...

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Snapchat will now let you book Uber and read travel advice right from Stories
Oct10

Snapchat will now let you book Uber and read travel advice right from Stories

Snapchat wants to be like Google; it’s adding a new feature that will let you add restaurant reviews, reserve booking, and book Uber or Lyft within the app. Called context cards, the new tool will allow the ephemeral picture-sharing app to surface information related to a particular business or restaurant when you view a Snap related to that place, Mashable reports. Here is how it works: When next you view a Snap that is a part of an...

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