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Facebook will Discontinue Three Teen Apps – Why?
Jul03

Facebook will Discontinue Three Teen Apps – Why?

Facebook acquired several mobile apps. Some are doing good while others are not. Recently, the company announced that it’s going to discontinue TBH, which is a teen polling app. It’s also shutting down the caller ID, Hello, and a fitness tracker called Moves. What’s the Reason? Facebook will shut down those three mobile apps for one reason: low usage. It stated that it’s going to wipe out user data for the three apps within three...

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Facebook Bug Caused Its System to Unblock People
Jul02

Facebook Bug Caused Its System to Unblock People

Facebook encountered a bug in its system. The bug triggered the system to unblock some people that the users previously blocked. It prompted the company to issue a warning to more than 800,000 users. In a blog post, Erin Egan, Facebook’s Chief Privacy Officer wrote: “Starting today we are notifying over 800,000 users about a bug in Facebook and Messenger that unblocked some people they had blocked. The bug was active between May 29...

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Instagram could soon allow you ask questions in your Stories
Jul02

Instagram could soon allow you ask questions in your Stories

At this rate, we will probably lose count of the number of features Instagram has added to Stories since the feature was launched. The Facebook-owned subsidiary is at it again, and this time, it is reportedly testing a feature that will allow you to post questions to your Stories. As spotted by Android Police, users will be allowed to ask specific questions, while viewers can then tap into the text box and respond with whatever...

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Twitter users can now view who paid for ads in new transparency drive
Jul02

Twitter users can now view who paid for ads in new transparency drive

Twitter has announced a new transparency drive that will allow users to view who paid for an ad. The tool which was launched a couple of days ago, will allow users to view all active campaigns an advertiser has run in the last seven days. This, they [users] would be able to use by searching for the advertiser’s Twitter handle. To view ads from any advertiser you will be able to simply search for a specific handle and see the creative...

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Facebook users could soon be able to snooze topics in Feeds
Jun28

Facebook users could soon be able to snooze topics in Feeds

Facebook is testing a new feature that will let you snooze certain keywords for a period of 30 days. “Keyword Snooze” according to the social media behemoth, will allow you to temporarily hide content within your News Feed until a time that is convenient for you. Keyword Snooze is located in the upper right-hand menu in your News Feed. Should you choose to mute certain keywords, you won’t be able to see posts in News Feed containing...

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Instagram group chat feature is now officially live
Jun28

Instagram group chat feature is now officially live

A group video chat feature could be the icing on the cake for Instagram—the ephemeral picture sharing app has gone up one notch as it plans to edge Snapchat. Fresh from rolling out a new product called IGTV, the Facebook subsidiary has launched a group video chat feature that will let you chat with three or more of your friends. You can chat with three or more of your friends at the same time, while video screens can be minimized to a...

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