The Kamber Blog
Instagram is expanding their side-scroll newsfeed test, YouTube has added autoplay videos to their home tab and Facebook is testing a new comment quality feedback option.
Instagram is making their platform more inclusive, YouTube is retiring annotations and LinkedIn is updating their share box.
Instagram is testing new profile layouts and cracking down on fake followers, Snapchat’s launched native shopping, and LinkedIn has launched its own version of Stories.
LinkedIn announced the next evolution of Company Pages, YouTube and Instagram introduce new shopping features ahead of the festive season and Pinterest is making it easier to turn followers into website visitors.
Facebook Messenger introduces the ability to delete messages after they’ve been sent, Facebook is beginning to roll out 1:1 images for link ads and Instagram is trying to incorporate IGTV with the rest of the Instagram app.
Snapchat lenses have come to desktop, Twitter is making it easier to change up your news feed and Vimeo videos can now be shared directly to LinkedIn.
This week, Facebook is making a whole range of changes to ads and Ads Manager, Messenger received an update and Twitter is testing a range of new features to help encourage engagement on the platform.
Facebook is trying to stamp out content scrapers, YouTube is making changes to their TrueView metric and Twitter is adding more context to trending tweets.
This week we’re saying goodbye to Google+, exploring ‘Snap Originals’ through VR and taking a look at 3D photos on Facebook. All that and more in this week’s Platform Five.
LinkedIn is making changes to improve ROI, Reddit achieved 1 billion video views per month on their native video player and Facebook had another security breach.
Stories ads are now available on Facebook, LinkedIn launched their Talent Insights platform and Twitter is asking for group feedback on their policy changes.
Shopping tags have been rolled out across Instagram Stories, Twitter is shifting their focus away from algorithms with two new changes and Pinterest has opened their API to third-parties.
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