Low attention and a flood of data are serious problems for social networks
With Snapchat’s latest update, users can now create custom geofilters for any event through the Snapchat app. Snapchat’s built-in mobile creative studio lets you add filters, text, stickers, and Bitmojis to the geofilters.
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Tinder’s new subscription service provides you with a list of users who swiped right on your profile. It will begin testing in Australia, Canada, Mexico, and Argentina with hopes of rolling out in the U.S. soon afterwards.
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The Guardian has apologized for a January report claiming that “a security backdoor that can be used to allow Facebook and others to intercept and read encrypted messages has been found within its WhatsApp messaging service.”
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An update to Facebook Messenger makes the app better at recommending great chatbots to users. Now you’ll be able to browse bots by businesses you’ve recently visited, by category, and by bots you’ve recently used.
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In yet another impressive achievement for the social media giant (does giant even do it justice anymore?), CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg announced on Tuesday that the Facebook community is now two billion people strong
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Get ready, love seekers. You’re going to need to not only find your most flattering photos, but your best moving photos too. It’s all thanks to Hinge’s addition of videos to its dating profiles.
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Pinterest is introducing more ways to keep accounts secure with two-factor authentication and new security settings. Users can now see which devices logged into their account and get an email when a new device logs in.
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Facebook recently shared exactly how the platform handles hate speech — and the fine line between removing hateful content and censorship. While the company is developing software solutions, humans are essential to the process.
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Facebook has announced new tools for advertisers as they finalize strategies for the holiday season this December — one of them includes displaying relevant ads to your entire household.
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