Instagram is announcing three new features for users who make Reels videos, which include the ability to crosspost to Facebook and more.
In six weeks post-launch, Snapchat+ has amassed over a million subscribers. Building on this momentum, Snapchat+ is launching four new features at no added cost.
From goal setting to communication skills to technical skills, LinkedIn announced its top 20 learning courses are free until August 31, 2022.
Meta is introducing a new way to schedule Facebook Reels with a new feature integrated into Meta Creator Studio.
YouTube is adopting another feature popularized on TikTok, making it possible to reply to user comments with a short video.
A Pew Research Center survey of American teenagers ages 13 to 17 finds Facebook usage is down as they gravitate toward video-centric social media apps.
Meta is rolling out new tools to help small business advertisers take advantage of advances in AI and automation.
LinkedIn is rolling out a new feature that allows users to add external links to photos shared in posts.
YouTube’s weekly update for creators includes more subscriber metrics and access to an expanded library of copyrighted music.
Twitter’s transparency report indicates that press freedoms are under pressure and most reasons for account suspension in decline except for child safety violations
Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri says the full-screen redesign is “not yet good” and speaks to the growing amount of recommended content in people’s feeds.
Updates to Facebook’s home feed have the potential to improve your content reach and get your brand in front of new audiences.
A series of updates to Instagram Reels adds new creative tools, new ways to drive engagement, and an update that changes how videos are shared.
Instagram’s location maps are now searchable, making it easier to discover places and businesses in your geographic area.
YouTube is shortening the length of the copyright dispute and appeal process, which should help reduce the impact of false claims.
YouTube demystifies the community guidelines appeal process in a new video answering commonly asked questions from creators.
Elon Musk is trying to back out of his $44 billion agreement to acquire Twitter, as per a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew denied allegations that China-based employees have access to sensitive user data. Google and Apple continue to offer TikTok.
U.S. FCC commissioner responds to reports that China can access TikTok user data, requests Google & Apple remove TikTok from app stores.