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LinkedIn has made yet another change to the platform, Facebook has officially released their new privacy tools and Snapchat has upgraded their lens studio so you can draw on your face.
This week we’re still talking about the fall out from the Facebook data scandal but amongst all of that, there have been some interesting developments with Instagram and LinkedIn. All the details below.
Facebook is still working their way through the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Snapchat makes it easier to virtually hang out with your friends and Instagram is angering developers.
All eyes were on Facebook this week to see how they dealt with the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Here’s what else happened this week in the social media landscape.
Facebook has announced big changes for developers on the platform meanwhile, Twitter is making changes that will affect publishers and Instagram rolls out social shopping in Australia.
Snapchat is making way for creators to do more on the platform, more hidden gems found in Instagram’s code and GIPHY has found themselves in hot water.
Facebook and Instagram are no longer the only places to tag friends in embarrassing photos, Twitter is taking action to handle abuse and misuse on the platform and Google is making it easier than ever to search for things online.
Facebook’s had a busy week making changes left, right and center. Youtube is adding a new monetisation feature and Pinterest is trying to attract more marketers to their platform.
Facebook’s working in new dimensions to bring us closer to VR, Instagram is taking a page out of Snapchat’s book, meanwhile, Google is taking AMP stories to the open web.
A big week for Facebook and Snapchat. Facebook launches new group tools and tweaks organic reach reporting, Snapchat opens its ads API and allows custom lens creation, while Pinterest gives us new tools to organise boards, sections, pins and our feeds.
Snapchat lets you mute content, Messenger launches a new hub to help marketers and developers, Instagram expands advertiser image options, and is Facebook going to launch a dislike button?
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